RIAA: Stop, or we will sue
fresh from its victory against Verizon, the RIAA gears up to go head to head with individual users of P2P. Run and hide!
Federal judge rules Morpheus, Grokster not liable for Internet piracy.
Well that is until the big pocketed music industry finds a favorable judge and wins the appeal.
In a reversal of fortunes for the RIAA et al, a judge rules against them
saying that p2p technology is "not significantly different from"..."home video recorders or copy machines, both of which can be and are used to infringe copyrights."
Of course this isn't the end of it, and appeals are being made, but for once things are going the way of the P2P software makers, it seems.
RIAA sues Audiogalaxy
. "After targeting decentralized popular file-sharing services such as Kazaa, Morpheus, Grokster, and Madster, the Recording Industry Association of America took aim at Audiogalaxy in court last Friday..." [via pfm