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RIAA Goes After LimeWire

Posted by: , 07:04 AEST, Tue June 8, 2010

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The RIAA attorneys are once again trying to have the P2P site LimeWire permanently shut down for excessive file sharing between its four million

The RIAA attorneys are once again trying to have the P2P site LimeWire permanently shut down for excessive file sharing between its four million users.

If the RIAA gets it wish, LimeWire would have to show it has addressed the illegal distribution issues and put forth some kind of strict filtering system before being allowed to start up again.

If LimeWire complies, it may die a slow painful death as users will abandon the software looking elsewhere for content.


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