Saturday, November 22, 2008

Email string between Prof. Nesson and Timothy Reynolds

Just thought some of you might like seeing email strings between Prof. Nesson and Timothy Reynolds in SONY BMG Music v. Tenenbaum... so here's one.

I guess you'll be able to find more, and other interesting tidbits about the Tenenbaum case, by following Prof. Nesson's blog, "eon".

Commentary & discussion:

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4 comments:

Trav said...

It still amazes me that the record companies can see stuff like this and not be outraged that they are being billed for it.

I would dearly love to see how much they've made in this campaign vs how much they've lost just in terms of litigation as it would either lend credence to their self delusion or explain why they continue.

If I was a shareholder I think I'd be demanding to know some numbers on this regardless of what I thought about the other particulars of the campaign.

Ray Beckerman said...

They didn't get to this point by being smart.

eZee.se said...

"They didn't get to this point by being smart."

LOL! Thanks! Needed that with my coffee... BTW, where do i send the bill for cleaning up the coffee from my comp screen and keyboard? :D

Oops, forgot you're a lawyer, forget the bill, have a nice day!

Cheers!
Ryan
www.eZee.se

Ray Beckerman said...

:)