Monday, February 23, 2009

In Atlantic v. Williams, RIAA case filed in Pittsburgh on December 15th, RIAA fights against dismissal motion

In Atlantic Recording v. Williams, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, case filed on December 15th, the RIAA is vigorously opposing the defendant's dismissal motion.

Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"These Copyrighted Recordings were actually distributed to MediaSentry" I think this is a lie, as looking at nearly all of the Declarations given by MediaSentry staff in the past, it should be noted that MediaSentry initiates the contact with the computer in question.

MediaSentry came into your computer, and copied your files because the shared folder gave them an access. The computer files were not distributed; they were copied. MediaSentry, not the targeted computer, did the copying.

Same old story, same old lie.