The RIAA - once eager to use the courts to create a great chill about downloading and "making available" - is now trying to suppress publicity about its litigation. Doubtless because the litigation is turning against them.
The RIAA was unsuccessful in blocking live TV and subsequent web coverage of an important forthcoming motion on January 22, 3009 in the Tenenbaum case, where the defense is being led by Harvard's well known Prof. Charlie Nesson.
Here's the Court's ruling.
And here's the BMV v Tenebaum website named Joelfightsback.com
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Joel Fights Back & RIAA litigation live
Posted by Howard Knopf at 6:55 pm
Labels: mass litigation, nesson, riaa, tenenbaum
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