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EFF report slams RIAA lawsuit campaign, calls for flat-fee, unlimited P2P

Four years after the RIAA launched its first lawsuits against individual file-swappers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation takes a look back at the campaign as it has unfolded so far and concludes that "suing music fans is no answer to the P2P dilemma." So what is the answer? According to the EFF's 20-page report on the topic, it's a voluntary collective licensing regime that would let music lovers pay a few bucks a month to legally download (and keep) any songs they want.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Ars Technica
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