Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Ms. Lindor Opposes RIAA Motion to Compel Production of Her Son's Computer

In UMG v. Lindor, in Brooklyn, Ms. Lindor has filed opposition papers to the motion the RIAA has made to compel the production of her son's computer and listening devices:

February 7, 2007, Declaration of Ray Beckerman*
Exhibit A (February 7, 2007, Order and Decision in Capitol Records v. Debbie Foster)*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

Keywords: digital copyright online download upload peer to peer p2p file sharing filesharing music movies indie label freeculture creative commons pop/rock artists riaa independent mp3 cd favorite songs

5 comments:

AMD FanBoi said...

You're able to use the Debbie Foster attorney fees ruling alreay. Hee hee hee!

Alter_Fritz said...

"The only connection she has to the computer or computer components that were in her house is that she has sometimes dusted around them."

Oh my god Ray, what have you done?
You can't admit so openly that she has done this!
Giving the freaky interpretation of copyright law and secondary liability, by RIAA-Richard and those other freaks working for the dinosaur Labels, such an action could easily be "destroying evidence"!
You know, dusting around a PC could possibly destroy fingerprints!

If I understand it correctly the RIAA got in the meantime the mugshots of the 2 (currently still) nonparty guys Woody and Gustave for their hitman. Maybe they want to collect some fingerprints too.

;-)

dave said...

It's like someone just dropped a pebble over the side of a mountain and it has already dislodged a stone. I can't wait for the boulders...

Paboo said...

I have been served a summons in the State of Hawaii from Sony BMG,UNG,Interscope Records. I am a 52 year old woman. I have answered complaint, and ammended answer, ,... PRO SE... my responses have been well written thanks so much for all the reference material. How can i get my court papers posted here... its an interesting case... first i know of in Hawaii...??? Patricia

Ray Beckerman said...

Dear paboo:

Good for you; I am glad you are fighting back.

Be sure to demand a jury trial.

If you have litigation documents you would like to submit to the blog, here's how to send them.

Best way is to scan into *pdf format and email to musiclitigation@earthlink.net

You can also mail to:
Ray Beckerman
Vandenberg & Feliu, LLP
110 E. 42 St.
New York NY 10017