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    UcanRock2's Avatar Phantom Gander
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    The US Courts slammed the RIAA for their method of using subpoenas


    I guess we can chalk one up


    Heres the link for the article:

    http://www.techtv.com/news/culture/s...589046,00.html[/URL]

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    Ya, good riddance to bad rubbish..
    Things are looking up.

    There's no 'I' in 'team'. But then there's no 'I' in 'useless smug colleague', either.
    And there's four in 'platitude-quoting idiot'. Go figure.

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    how about something new? this story is almost 2 months old now

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    Good. The RIAA are bullies and money hungry SOBs. I hope they're torn asunder in court. What goes around, comes around.

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    i was on www.afterdawn.com a bit ago and there one article said the RIAA got a search warrent and raided shareman networks got all there shit to use against them that proves they had knowledge of wat goes on






    fuck da RIAA

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    Originally posted by djxedxd@12 February 2004 - 00:40
    i was on www.afterdawn.com a bit ago and there one article said the RIAA got a search warrent and raided shareman networks got all there shit to use against them that proves they had knowledge of wat goes on






    fuck da RIAA
    Yeah....look around the board; the item has been posted inseveral threads. This happened in Australia, the home of Sharman.
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    Is the RIAA going after Kazaa only, or are they also targeting other P2P's?

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