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ShareConnector Targeted
One of the largest eDonkey2000 link sites has been targeted by the Dutch copyright trade organization, Brein.
August 28, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
BPI Changes Tune
As news comes through that sales in the UK have increased for the first time in 5 years, the BPI appears to have forgotten about file sharing. Dire predictions have been replaced by the industry’s past failures – and how brilliant they are for fixing them.
August 23, 2004
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RIAA Lawsuits Unpopular in United States
The RIAA's lawsuit campaign has generated a variety of emotions among Americans, not to mention widespread distaste.
August 23, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
CRIA: File Sharing is Hurting Sales
Independent research for the CRIA shows the damaging effect of file sharing.
July 7, 2004
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WANTED: Pirates
Cinema staffs in the US are being offered up to $500 for the capture of film pirates.
June 23, 2004
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RIAA Lawsuits Continue...
The RIAA's broken lawsuit machine continues to churn as nearly 500 more are sued.
June 22, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
The DCIA Tries to Cozy up to the MPAA
During an event that focused on P2P and copyright laws, the DCIA tried to entice the MPAA to work with them to distribute movies. They claim to be working on advanced DRM and other methods to discourage "unprotected" file sharing.
June 18, 2004
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Kazaa Users Still Don't Get It
Yet even more Kazaa users fall victim to the RIAA's overseas buddies, the IFPI.
June 10, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
BPI Plays Down IFPI Claims
The BPI are playing down Tuesday’s statement made by the IFPI that lawsuits in the UK are inevitable.
June 9, 2004
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BPI Plays Down IFPI Claims
The BPI are playing down Tuesday’s statement made by the IFPI that lawsuits in the UK are inevitable.
June 9, 2004
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IFPI Fudging Piracy Numbers
The IFPI (International Federation for the Phonographic Industry) has stated piracy has fallen by 27%. Just how true is this?
June 9, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
Lawsuits in Europe “inevitable”
The London based International Federation of the Phonographic Industry IFPI has prepared lawsuits against another 24 individual file sharers in Denmark, according to industry officials. The chances of lawsuits in Europe being expanded to Britain, France and Sweden have been described as “inevitable”.
June 8, 2004
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RIAA   Again At  War With Swappers
493 more file sharers are being sued for copyright infringement as the music industry continues its crusade.
May 24, 2004
by Chuck Solitude
Japanese Recording Industry Starts Anti-Piracy Campaign
Looking to stem the tide of file-sharing in Japan, the RIAJ (Recording Industry Association of Japan) will begin sending instant messages to P2P users.
May 5, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
More Lawsuits In April
On April 28th, 2004, 477 more lawsuits were filed. Also included are 69 people who use university networks to swap files.
April 28, 2004
by Chuck Solitude

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