RIAA finds new way to screw legitimate music buyersMikey 2 comments
It is now clearly evident the RIAA want to be the most hated organisation in history. It's not that uncommon for the RIAA to accuse people of file sharing when they don't even own a computer, among many other shady tactics.
They are going after Jeffrey Howell who is alleged to have shared 54 songs over the Kazaa P2P network, but this time they are adding something different. The RIAA say Howell should also be charged for making 'unauthorised copies' of the music files when he ripped his legitimately purchased CD's to his computer.
This means they will go after anyone who has ripped music to a computer, irregardless of whether they have shared them or not.