The Recording Industry Association of America claims after being caught red-handed; many people in its offices have been downloading illegal torrents of movies and music, the same kind of people that the RIAA has been on a crusade against for the past years and fining them enormous amounts of money because it infringed on their copyright. Not only are they downloading music torrents (which some may claim may be for research purposes), they are also downloading TV shows and cracked versions of software. Read more after the break.

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Major US ISPs have agreed to limit services of subscribers who repeatedly engage in copyright infringement.

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Why is Mozilla now the target of a take-down notice from U.S. Homeland Security and what the heck is MAFIAAfire?

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The RIAA has rightfully accused RapidShare of illegally hosting digital media, especially pre-released television series and movies

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Truly decentralized bittorrent has finally been realized and is available with the release of the Tribler client. It has a decentralized peer search too.

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Last week, the Electronic Frontier Foundation urged YouTube to reconsider its decision in the case and convinced it and the music labels to reinstate the her page which was pulled for copyright violation.

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RIAA Sucks

The notorious RIAA is at it again, sending unwarranted notices to people just for the sake of it. It’s newest victim is none other than PCMag.com a popular technology website.

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The RIAA made some big crackdown records this year. Though, going after LimeWire tuned out to be a big loss for RIAA.

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imeWire was to shut down its complete operations and abiding by that, it did issue a cease-and-desist notice this Wednesday. However, a new (independent) pirated version of the application that goes by the name of “LimeWire Pirate Edition” has surfaced over the Internet.

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LimeWire lost a case with the RIAA and was asked to shutdown its entire operations by a NY district court. This fueled a search for that much needed LimeWire alternative.

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RIAA 4Chan

4Chan board have struck at both the MPAA and RIAA, systematically taking down both of their websites through a DDoS attach started out by Anon of infamous 4Chan /b/ group.

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RIAA-Sucks

RIAA has spent more than $64 million in litigations to recover only $1.3 million in settlements.

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The RIAA has made the court believe that LimeWire is causing immense amount of file sharing and the company has not taken preventive measure against this.

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The Pirate Bay is back online on the Swedish Pirate Party. Their official blog has given some hilarious update on the situation and a message for the RIAA.

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In MPAA stats, just the fact that you did not buy the software and inquired about it added to the piracy figures. even if you switched to a free alternative.

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