RIAA targets a computerless familyMikey 4 comments
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) are up to their old shenanigans again, this time suing a family for allegedly sharing music via P2P.
What makes this case particularly interesting is the fact the family in question does not own a computer or have internet access.
It's not the first time the RIAA have cocked up so badly. They once tried to sue a dead woman.
RIAA: "Music and other copyrighted materials are some of America's most important, cherished and visible exports". That's a perfectly valid statement, but it would hold more credibility if they examined their targets more closely.