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    » The RIAA loves to sue children. from The Great Leap Forward
    Courtesy of Wil Wheaton, we find that kids who use YouTube to post videos of themselves dancing to songs are receiving cease-and-desist letters from Big Brother RIAA because they haven't gotten clearance for the music. Lovely. Wouldn't want kids enjoying [Read More]

    » Intellectual property from Miniver Cheevy
    ... the music industry once again paddling the wrong way while it circles the drain ... the newspaper industry I have sympathy for .... the film industry has me wishing them well in spite of the way that, as usual, they're responding stupidly .... Bu... [Read More]

    » Let the Fans Play! (RIAA at it again) from Thoughts from the Void
    I don't often rant about news-stuff like the antics of the RIAA. However, this time I can't help it. I've taken to posting some of my favorite World of Warcraft music videos of late, just because a few of them are absolutely hysterical and I can't get ... [Read More]

    » RIAA sues...again from Licence to Roam
    From Will Wheaton, it seems that the RIAA has decided that all the people dancing and miming to music on YouTube are breaking the law and need sueing, so they are sending C&D letters to them. None of these videos... [Read More]

    » WWdN: In Exile: RIAA finds a new way to alienate its customers from Rants
    WWdN: In Exile: RIAA finds a new way to alienate its customers. I had found this posting via fark.... [Read More]

    » The RIAA Wants To Finger Your Kids from High Orbit
    Hat tip to Wil Yes, That Wil Wheaton Wheaton for bringing us this news from the music front lines: The RIAA is sending [cease desist letters] to kids who post videos of themselves dancing to music on YouTube, because the kids ̵... [Read More]

    » RIAA vs You Tube Teenagers from Forever Geek
    You know when you go to You Tube and type in, oh, "Dragula", looking for the Rob Zombie music video, but instead, all you get is 70 webcam videos of stupid teenagers bouncing around to the song? Well, the RIAA... [Read More]