They recently asked to have strenuous efforts extended by the Big 4′s RIAA thrown out and now, predictably, the enforcement organisation is doing its best to have the motion killed, submitting an obtuse 25-page document, dense with overblown claims, as its argument.
The RIAA has filed its opposition papers to the motion to quash, says Recording Industry vs The People.
Jason Street, an expert witness who supported the student motion, said statements made by RIAA ‘expert’ Carlos Linares were “factually erroneous” and “misleading”.
The RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) tried the same thing with at the University of New Mexico, but failed miserably.
hand over identities – Give us more time for OSU case! – RIAA, September 7, 2007
Recording Industry vs The People – RIAA Opposes Motion to Quash Made by Oklahoma State University Students in Arista v. Does 1-11, September 25, 2007
“factually erroneous” and “misleading” – RIAA IP address claim `erroneous`, August 8, 2007
failed miserably – RIAA ID demand thrown out, June 20, 2007
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