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Monday, October 20, 2003
Recording Industry gets ready to sue more music fans


The recording industry has started a second round in its campaign against American music fans by sending a flood of letters this week threatening them with lawsuits.

"The record companies still aren't listening to their fans," said EFF Staff Attorney Wendy Seltzer. "Instead of continuing their litigation crusade, the record labels should give their customers the option to pay a reasonable fee to continue file-sharing."

EFF has urged the recording industry to permit music fans to use convenient online services for acquiring the music they love, while finding a way artists can get paid for their creative efforts.

EFF released today "The Great MP3 Caper" video, which provides a fun way of telling the serious story of the recording industry crusade against music filesharers. The video is available on the EFF website at no charge.


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