p2p news / p2pnet:- We were having a look at the 15 most-visited p2pnet stories since we started tracking them at the beginning of the year.
Significantly, The ‘We’re Not Taking Any More’ club was at the top with 50,120 reads when we looked at 9:50 am, Pacific.
That was our intro to what amounted to a progress report on p2pnet`s part of the move to show EMI (Britain), Universal Music (France), Sony BMG (Japan, Germany) and Warner Music Group (US) that we don`t depend on them, it`s the other way around; and, that their vicious sue `em all marketing campaign is about to swing back and bite them. And hard.
Oregon mother Tanya Andersen is suing the Big Four under the RICO Act, more usually employed in Organized Crime cases. And the Recording Industry vs The People started by New York law firm Beldock Levine & Hoffman, representing Patricia Santangelo, the first to tell Organized Music what it could do with its subpoenas, has been swamped by popular demand.
Ray Beckerman, who`s running the site, asked if we could help out, and we`re genuinely delighted to be able to do so by mirroring Atlantic v Andersen.
The fact Recording Industry vs The People couldn`t cope is an indication of just how much attention the growing, and very determined, opposition to the cartel is generating.
In the meanwhile, the number of reads for the p2pnet We’re Not Taking Any More club post had reached 50,510 by 6:45 am Pacific.
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