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RIAA demands $3,000 each from 50 Ohio students


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The RIAA is demanding $3,000.00 each from 50 students to avoid being sued for music downloading. The $3,000 amount sounds miniscule when compared to the “minimum” amount of $590,000 the RIAA says they are entitled to for 787 songs one student had on her computer ($750 per song).

The Recording Industry Association of America asked the university to pass along letters to the students with Internet addresses accused of being involved with the illegal sharing of copyrighted music. The university notified the students on Monday.
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The Recording Industry Association of America says that over a quarter of the 400 students threatened with a lawsuit for illegally sharing music online have agreed to settle
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