[mp3] UK song-swappers ‘could be sued’ … ‘Speaking at a London conference about music and technology, Mr Yeates said any legal crackdown would be “proportional”. Talks were taking place with internet service providers across Europe to streamline a process for identifying those who distribute the most songs, he said. The move comes despite healthy album sales for the UK industry. Album sales in the UK rose by 7.6% in 2003 to a record high, fuelled by falling CD prices.’
RIAA-style Anti-File Swap Lawsuits in the UK
This entry was posted on Sunday, January 18th, 2004 at 8:30 pm and is filed under MP3, Music, Piracy.
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