As the recording industry's unprecedented litigation against its own customers marks its one-year anniversary, the campaign seems to have hit its stride, with roughly 500 new suits announced each month. Suing large numbers of "regular folks" is nearly unheard of in the annals of intellectual property law, says the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Fred von Lohmann. Have the suits been a success for the industry?
Is Suing Your Customers a Good Idea?
Special to Law.com
September 29, 2004
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