Racketeers are finally sued

Would you agree that justice is calling the RIAA and others?

…[through] concerted efforts and cartels, control or attempt to control the channels of creation, distribution, and sale of musical works throughout the United States and the world. They are not artists, songwriters, or musicians. They did not write or record the songs. For a number of years, a group of large, multinational, multi-billion dollar record companies, including these [record labels], have been abusing the federal court judicial system for the purpose of waging a public relations and public threat campaign targeting digital file sharing activities.

As part of this campaign of their sham litigation program, the [record labels] enhance the intimidation factor by actually filing suit in a number of instances with no prior warning. These suits are designed to attract media attention, and often do, as stories emerge of [record labels’] suits against the elderly, disabled, technologically clueless, and other vulnerable victims.

[The record labels’] litigation campaign, its preceding demands, and illegal investigations, are part of a concerted pattern of sham litigation.

Praise the lawyers for phrases alone as they challenge ‘concerted efforts and cartels’ wishing to ‘control or attempt to control the channels of creation’. People. These are the days for putting the end to that.

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