Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Zi Mei Slams Whitehead's Second "Declaration"

In their opposition papers in Atlantic Recording v. John Does 1-25, RIAA executive Jonathan Whithehead put in a second declaration, trying to justify his first declaration, which had formed the basis for the Court's ex parte discovery order.

Computer programmer Zi Mei has now submitted a reply affidavit sharply criticizing Whitehead's second declaration, pointing out its inconsistencies with the first declaration, as well as its inconsistency with the way computers work, and with the way the internet works.


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3 comments:

zi said...

oh god! that picture is hideous!

Ray Beckerman said...

Let's take a poll. I think it's nice.

qwasinaut01 said...

I wouldn't go all the way to "hideous", but "slightly scary" comes to mind...