Monday, February 04, 2008

MediaSentry role in RIAA lawsuit comes under scrutiny

A recent court filing accuses MediaSentry, the RIAA's hired investigative gun, of operating as a private investigator without a license. As a result, all evidence collected by the company could be thrown out. Without that evidence, there is no case. This is a VERY clever angle for those being sued to have taken.

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I have always thought that the RIAA could easily be sued for invasion of privacy.

I say an invasion of privacy because they come right out of the gate with NO law enforcement , just accusations and lawsuits.

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1 comment:

Paul Douglas said...

Seems a sensible angle to take, a lot of the rubbish the RIAA have been getting up to in these things have been utterly ludicrous.