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RIAA sues family without computer for filesharing

Well, heck
Sun Apr 23 2006, 11:34
THE RECORDING Industry Association of America (RIAA) has sued a family for sharing files over the Internet. But the family doesn't have a PC, never mind Internet access.

The Rockmart Journal said James Walls was shocked by the court filing.

Nevertheless, according to a lawsuit filed by the RIAA, a member of the family has infringed on the copyright of a number of toons including "Who will Save your Soul" and "I won't forget you".

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