Wednesday, February 04, 2009

RIAA says it is in favor of "Freedom of Speech"

For those of you who are wondering why the RIAA is fighting so hard against allowing the SONY BMG Music v. Tenenbaum proceedings to be televised, maybe it's because the organization is a strong advocate for "Freedom of Speech".

If you don't believe me, go here and see for yourself.

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Calysta Rose said...

Oh, well, then they *must* be okay! They're just fighting for free speech. *rolls eyes* said...

UGH! Just hate visiting that site, it almost drips of (you know what) on every page.

The RIAA saying they are in "favor of 'Freedom of Speech'" is like a pedophile saying he just goes to the playground for the slippery slope and swings.


Stephanie said...

I just did a spit take. Seriously.