Here’s a clever way to get the RIAA to drop a groundless piracy lawsuit against you: demand that they provide actual proof.

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  1. markedward says:

    I don’t understand how the RIAA could possibly win such a court case that they initiated when they had zero proof, and all evidence gathered proved them 100% wrong. Even their own expert came to the conclusion that the woman they were suing was innocent, how stupid could they be to continue to force her to pay money as a penalty to a crime she never even committed? Such idiocy, unfortunately, runs rampant.

  2. SaveMeJeebus says:

    I hate this layout.

    Under every article, it says “Read More:” with a list of articles that don’t relate to the one at hand. I understand that they are other ones posted recently but it is distracting.

  3. I concur, Jeebus. This layout blows.

  4. superlayne says:

    How could they even start a case against her? I only know law from Law and Order, but still…

    I think tomarrow I will sue for predjudice. Just…to.

  5. As to the layout: why aren’t these stories separated from each other with the grey border?


    “He explained, however, that defendants would not quit their attempts to force payment from her because to do so would encourage other people to defend themselves,” the suit says.

    Well, we certainly can’t have people thinking they have a right to defend themselves in court!

  6. pestie says:

    @Kilgore Trout: Yes, this layout sucks. The more I see it, the more I hate it. AAGHH!!!

  7. zekedms says:

    Works on the MPAA as well. They accused me of downloading Without A Paddle(which I didn’t. Ugh), and when I demanded the proof, they disappeared entirely.