UMG Recordings, Warner Bros Records, Interscope Records, Motown, and Sony BMG have been ordered to disclose their expenses-per-download to the defendant’s lawyers in UMG v Lindor, pending in Brooklyn.
The Court held that the expense figures are relevant to the issue of whether the RIAA’s attempt to recover damages of $750 or more per 99-cent song file, is an unconstitutional violation of due process.”
Ray Beckerman – Recording Industry vs The People
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