p2pnet news view | RIAA:- Boston student Joel Tenenbaum and Harvard law professor Charles Nesson may be down, but they’re not out.
Among other things, it violates due process, they say.
“Joel Tenenbaum is the latest American scapegoat for the failure of the Big 4 record labels which, together and separately, control corporate music bidniz, to recognize sales and marketing doctrines of the 1990s can’t, and don’t, work in the digital 21st-century,” said p2pnet last year, going on, “And like Jammie Thomas-Rassett, who’s currently appealing civil jury decision that she owes the Korporate Kopyright Klan $1.92 million for 24 songs, he’s expected to pay a hefty price for their failure.
“Only it’s not as bad as Jammie’s play list price.
“It’s only $675,000 for 30.”
Below are the songs the labels reckon are worth $675,000 >>>
..… and identi.ca
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Recording Industry vs The People – Tenenbaum files motion for new trial attacking constitutionality of jury’s award, January 4, 2010
$1.92 million for 24 songs – Jamie Thomas-Rasset’s $1.92 million playlist, June 9, 2009
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