it was well written. Not full of too much legal mumbojumbo, so we can understand it, and not too full of tech talk, so judges and lawers can understand it.
It covers alot of the major problems with the cases. As mentioned, it can cover ALOT more, but then it would be 50 pages long
a great read
Thanks, Golgo1. Actually, although I could have written a lot more, I was lucky to get that much in. It was about twice as long as their regular word limit, and it was about twice as long as the next longest article in the issue. The editors were very enthusiastic about it, because it fit in very well with the theme of that edition, which is "equal access to justice". The RIAA cases are a very extreme example of 'unequal access to justice', because in any case the RIAA can and will spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, while the defendant can't.