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July 14, 2010
Maybe They Think Tenenbaum Will Cover Their Legal Bills
Ray Beckerman of Recording Industry vs The People offers up a sarcastic handful of statistics
in yesterday's blog post. Drawing together a bunch of numbers published by p2pnet, Beckerman points out that the RIAA has recovered about two cents for every dollar spent on lawyer fees to sue its customers. Actually the numbers are probably worse, but the point remains the same - whatever the Cartel thinks it's doing with its jihad against consumers, making money is not on the agenda.
Unless you're a Cartell lawyer, I guess.
(Aside: I apologize for misspelling Joel Tenenbaum's name in my Monday post. The error has been fixed.)
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