Friday, October 05, 2007

Very Dangerous Precedents Being Set In Favor of the Music Industry...

  1. “In proving liability, the industry did not have to demonstrate that
    the defendant's computer had a file-sharing program installed at the
    time that they inspected her hard drive.

  2. The RIAA did not have to show that the defendant was at the keyboard
    when RIAA investigators accessed the defendant’s shared folder.

  3. “Also, the judge in the case ruled that jurors may find copyright
    infringement liability against somebody solely for sharing files on
    the internet. The RIAA did not have to prove that others downloaded
    the files.”


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