The RIAA took the battle to a dramatic new level by filing lawsuits against students at Princeton, Michigan Technological University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, marking the first time the industry had gone after individually identified Net users. These students weren’t users of the most popular pirate download program, Kazaa, but rather had posted internal sharing sites on university servers. At $150,000 per song, each student is potentially liable for hundreds of millions of dollars in damages.
Sucks to be those poor bastards - I guess they needed to set an example, glad it’s not me.
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