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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
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
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
New Round of RIAA Lawsuits
A new month, a new round of lawsuits...
March 23, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
ShareReactor Down Indefinitely
The future of the extremly popular eDonkey2000 link site Sharereactor is thrown into doubt.
March 12, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
New Round of RIAA Lawsuits
The RIAA's anti-P2P campaign continues as they file a new round of lawsuits. Slyck also speaks with Michael Speck, General Manager of the Australian MIPI.
February 17, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
MIPI Raids Boost FastTrack's Population
While Sharman Networks prepare to fight off the Australian copyright industry, FastTrack sees its userbase climb.
February 8, 2004
by Thomas Mennecke
ACLU Defends Student Against the RIAA
The American Civil Liberties Union has taken up a case involving a University of North Carolina student, accused by the RIAA of music "piracy."
December 2, 2003
by Thomas Mennecke
RIAA Case Moved to DC
SBC Communications’ lawsuit against the RIAA suffered a setback yesterday as the case has been moved to Washington DC. Update: The RIAA expands is campaign by launching 41 new lawsuits.
December 2, 2003
by Thomas Mennecke
RIAA Nabs 15 Year Old
First the RIAA hits 12 year old Briana, now 15 year old Megan is about to feel the music industry's wrath.
November 20, 2003
by Thomas Mennecke
The RIAA Can't Count
How the RIAA can turn 500 songs into 1,000
October 26, 2003
RIAA Suits: Round Two, Update
The A.P. is reporting that the RIAA has warned 204 individuals suspected of offering copyrighted songs for upload.
October 19, 2003
New Round of RIAA Notices
In light of the hammering criticism received, the RIAA is taking a slightly less evil approach to alleged copyright infringers.
October 17, 2003
by Thomas Mennecke
RIAA Drops Lawsuit Against 66 Year Old
Mistaken identity again ...
September 24, 2003
44,000 Sign EFF Stop the RIAA Petition
44,000 residents in the USA have in the last week signed an EFF 'Stop the RIAA madness' petition as efforts continue to put a halt to the RIAA lawsuits.
September 18, 2003

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