The Recording Industry Association of America is seeking to settle more claims against people it suspects of illegally downloading copyrighted music, and offering to do it "at a discounted rate," even as it presses Internet service providers to increase record-keeping on those who may be sued. Some lawyers who oppose the litigation question whether the association has softened its tactics or simply seeks to collect more information from people targeted for lawsuits while reducing ISP interference.
Recording Industry Seeks to Settle Downloading Suits
The National Law Journal
February 27, 2007
This article requires premium access
This article requires premium access to Law.com. Please sign in or subscribe to read the full text.