RIAA+litigation=bankruptcy
September 27, 2004 8:39 AM   Subscribe

Being threatened with litigation by the RIAA? There's always this solution.
posted by anathema (5 comments total)
 
Remember, file suit against big company and you're a frivolous lawsuit-producing market-terrorist ; file suit against music swapper and you're a market hero fighting against terrorist who , we all know, make big profits out pirating Britney Spears.
posted by elpapacito at 9:04 AM on September 27, 2004


If you're being sued, and you have no money, you can file for bankrupcy. Not trying to attack you or anything, anathema, but... duh.
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 9:31 AM on September 27, 2004


Instead, recorded CD sales are rising after a four-year decline, and legitimate online music sites are thriving, it says.

Aren't sales of just about everything rising after a four-year decline?
posted by RylandDotNet at 9:39 AM on September 27, 2004


I hope his filing for bancruptcy was not brought on by the RIAA actions, because if it was then it is another piece of ammo for those who want to further limit personal bancruptcies. I'm not sure how this goes over as the accused says he had legally bought all the music. Was it his company that filed for bancruptcy or he as an individual?
posted by infowar at 10:03 AM on September 27, 2004


If you're being sued, and you have no money, you can file for bankrupcy. Not trying to attack you or anything, anathema, but... duh.

Just trying to spice up the post, X.
posted by anathema at 10:28 AM on September 27, 2004


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