RIAA sued for using illegal investigatory practices

by admin July 5, 2007 at 1:38 pm

A grandmother targeted by the RIAA for file-sharing is striking back at the controversial music industry association, arguing that it has knowingly engaged in “one or more overt acts of unlawful private investigation” to further its case.
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Ms. Crain, the defendant in an eight-month-old P2P lawsuit, had her fill of hot air when she escaped Hurricane Rita. When Mother Nature was bested by yet another “RIAA vs. Grandma” lawsuit, she decided it was time to strike back.

Full story: arstechnica.com