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December 13, 2004

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Noko

To my mind, this simply ilesturatls the real goals of the RIAA: the demonization and eventually outlawing (if possible) of file sharing technology. That's because the legal use of this technology makes the record companies obsolete. They're using dirty, underhanded and corrupt techniques in an attempt to maintain their business.The RIAA is basically misusing the legal system and using Congress to keep the money going. They're trying to legislate their business model, because they can't compete on an even playing field in the free market.These guys are obsolete, and they're hurting an awful lot of innocent people trying to fight it.

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