[mythtv-users] Not part of my predictions - but interesting nonetheless
joe.borne at gmail.com
Wed Aug 15 13:25:45 UTC 2007
Looks like the steam is coming out of the RIAA juggernaut. I don't
suspect the RIAA is out of funds as the article implies, but it tells
us not all is well there. I suspect the RIAA is rethinking it's
strategy since it has become unrewarding both financially, for public
relations, and most importantly in terms of discouraging online music
Per Slashdot today:
RIAA Short on Funds? Fails to Pay Attorney Fees?
" NewYorkCountryLawyer writes "Can it be that the RIAA, or the "Big 4"
record companies it represents, are short on funds? It turns out that
despite the Judge's order, entered a month ago, telling them to pay
Debbie Foster $68,685.23 in attorneys fees, in Capitol v. Foster, they
have failed to make payment. Ms. Foster has now had to ask the Court
to enter Judgment, so that she can commence 'post judgment collection
proceedings'. According to Ms. Foster's motion papers (pdf), her
attorneys received no response to their email inquiry about payment.
Perhaps the RIAA should ask their lawyers for a loan?" "
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