Recording Industry Battles Verizon Over Music Trader

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on October 4, 2002

Declan McCullagh’s coverage of the RIAA v. Verizon cases notes that at issue are copyright, privacy and free speech arguments. The two companies are battling over access to the identity of a subscriber accused of file trading. Declan links to an amicus brief filed on behalf of Verizon by high profile advocacy groups that include EPIC and the EFF, which also happens to maintain an archive of links to legal documents on this case.
For those that are interested, the RIAA v. Verizon Complaint is here, and Verizon’s reply is here.

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