Rob Levin on RIAA, MPAA

Rob Levin on RIAA, MPAA and purchased law:

The RIAA and MPAA litigation has in common the use of large budgets to pay lawyers to try to prevent code wonks from writing and implementing code which might affect the profits of member companies. It's a pure case of law being used by special interests to suppress activity with competitive implications.

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