The remaining 443 suits were file sharers using commercial Internet service providers (ISPs), the RIAA said. The industry group also said Tuesday that suits filed against individual users in

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Record Companies Cut Corners in Crusade Against File-Sharers. Public Citizen Asks Recording Industry to File Lawsuits Properly. WASHINGTON, D.C. - The music industry has not shown adequate justification for unveiling the identities of anonymous online music "pirates," Public Citizen today told a federal court in Pennsylvania.

Record Companies Cut Corners in Crusade Against File-Sharers. Public Citizen Asks Recording Industry to File Lawsuits Properly. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The music industry has not shown adequate justification for unveiling the identities of anonymous online music “pirates,” Public Citizen today told a … File-sharers' details can be handed over for smallest of Aug 17, 2012

The RIAA's lawsuit against music file sharers hits close to home. By Joy Lanzendorfer. In what is perhaps one of the biggest temper tantrums ever thrown by a trade group over changing market conditions, the Recording Industry Association of America has started suing users over file sharing.

But Sherman said the true success of the recording association's legal assault on file sharers is the increased awareness that distributing copyrighted material online is illegal. They use software to monitor file sharing networks to harvest IP addresses which are then turned over to law firms to get account details. "We state that they [the alleged file-sharers] have made available to others via peer-to-peer file-sharing networks various products that they have rights in," said Mr Crossley.