Long overdue, the RIAA’s war on teens swapping the latest TRL hit has reached Ann Arbor:

“The RIAA has issued at least 911 subpoenas so far, according to court records. Lawyers have said they expect to file at least several hundred lawsuits within eight weeks, and copyright laws allow for damages of $750 to $150,000 for each song.

The AP tracked targets of subpoenas to neighborhoods in Boston; Chicago; St. Louis; San Francisco; New York and Ann Arbor, Mich.”

> From AP: “Music-sharing subpoenas target parents, grandparents”

Author: Rob