Legal issues arising from the RIAA's lawsuits of intimidation brought against ordinary working people, and other important internet law issues. Provided by Ray Beckerman, P.C.
In SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, the RIAA has filed a motion to strike defendant's reply briefs.
RIAA motion to strike defendant's reply briefs
No idea if the RIAA's other points are valid, but this one really leaped out at me: "...the fact that there may have been many other individuals engaging in file sharing also is not relevant to the individualized actions of this Defendant." That's true enough, but it's certainly not the position they took throughout the rest of the case. Are they saying they would like the jury to have not considered the mass disregard for copyright and alleged harm that file-sharers do in aggregate?
thank you. we will lead with this in response.
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