The transcript of the oral argument of the RIAA's motion for a protective order arguing that its contracts with MediaSentry are "privileged" in UMG v. Lindor is now available online:
Transcript of November 30, 2006, proceedings*
The only portion of the proceedings that is not available to the public is a "sealed" portion containing an in camera discussion at which just the RIAA's lawyers, the Magistrate, and presumably the Magistrate's staff, were present, and Ms. Lindor's attorney was not present.
Errata: thank you to one of our readers who pointed out that remarks which were made by me (Ray Beckerman) were incorrectly attributed to Richard Gabriel.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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