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Defendant knocks Web illiterate juror in RIAA case | Tech news blog - CNET News
She calmly reads the quotes by juror Michael Hegg that appeared Tuesday in a story by Wired.com. She then draws a bead on where Hegg said he is a father, former snowmobile racer and has never been on the Internet.

"I don't need to say too much, obviously," Thomas told CNET News.com on Wednesday. "They admit that they are computer illiterate. This person (Hegg) has never been on the Internet, so how can he say whether my story is possible? I've been contacted by Internet security experts who said that spoofing my address would have been trivial. Internet illiterate people are not going to be able to understand that."
freeculture  riaa  lawsuit  literacy 
october 2008 by driscoll
Digital Natives » The Ballad of Zack McCune, Part 1
well produced video interview with a brown student who was sued by the RIAA. we need more of this ! hi-5 to berkman digi natives
riaa  freeculture  lawsuit  p2p  filesharing  interview  documentary  video 
august 2008 by driscoll
Oops: MPAA admits college piracy numbers grossly inflated
After commissioning a 2005 study from LEK Consulting that showed collegiate file-swappers were responsible for 44 percent of movie studio "losses" to piracy, the MPAA then used the report it bought to bludgeon Congress into considering legislation to addr
mpaa  filesharing  education  p2p  freeculture  lawsuit  policy  industry 
july 2008 by driscoll
Judge Orders YouTube to Give All User Histories to Viacom | Threat Level from Wired.com
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snitching  google  viacom  industry  privacy  lawsuit  freedom  freeculture 
july 2008 by driscoll
The Tech - Run Over by the RIAA Don...t Tap the Glass
“In fact, the RIAA has been known to suggest that students drop out of college or go to community college in order to be able to afford settlements.”
riaa  lawsuit  filesharing  p2p  freeculture  music  freedom 
november 2007 by driscoll

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