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Music industry drops effort to sue song swappers


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all those 70 and 80 year old grandmas are safe now from the prying eyes of "Big Music"...

I do hope this turns around and bites the RIAA in the butt.

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They need to get off the greed wagon

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So... they are not going to sue their fans anymore? What a concept! Too bad I still can't legally buy Nana Mizuki in America!

Itunes will not allow me to buy Japanese songs!

Too bad!

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and will work with Internet service providers to cut abusers’ access if they ignore repeated warnings.

So the RIAA really thinks somebody will be stupid enough pulling the chestnuts out of the fire on their own money?

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