p2pnet news view RIAA | P2P:- In the finding Jammie Thomas infringed the copyrights on 24 corporate music industry songs, and that they were each worth the absolutely ridiculous amount of $80,000 for a total of $1.92 million, here’s the play list »»»
Vanessa Williams – Save the best for last
Sheryl Crow – Run baby run
Reba McEntire – One honest heart
Janet Jackson – let’s wait awhile
Guns ‘n Roses – Welcome to the jungle
Guns ‘n Roses – November rain
Def Leppard – Pour some sugar on me
Bryan Adams – Somebody
Aerosmnith – Cryin
Warner Bros Records
Linkin Park – One step closer
Green Day – Basket case
Goo Goo Dolls – iris
No Doubt – Hella Good
No Doubt – Different people
No Doubt – Bathwater
Sarah McLaughlan – Building a mystery
Sarah McLaughlan – Possession
Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Gloria Estefan – Rhythm is gonna get you
Gloria Estefan – Here and we are
Gloria Estefan – coming out of the dark
Journey – Faithfully
Journey – Don’t stop believin
Destiny’s child – Bills, bills, bills
Richard Marx – Now and for ever
What would happen if Jammie just flat-out refuses to pay on the grounds the jury was obviously out of its collective mind or, as someone has suggested, they misheard $18,000 (which still would have been bad enough) for $80,000?
It’s just within the realms of possibility that US president Barack Obama has until now somehow missed hearing about the depredations of the largely foreign corporate music industry, only one of which can be said to be American, and then barely, against American citizens. But surely he must have heard of this.
And since he is, as he claimed to be, the champion of ordinary people, surely he’ll want to do something about it?
Jon Newton – p2pnet
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