Crabtree, Susan
September 2003
Daily Variety;9/18/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 54, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the plans of the Recording Industry Association of America Inc. (RIAA) to pursue the filing of lawsuits against music pirates in Washington. Disclosure of the plans by president Cary Sherman; Number of lawsuits filed by RIAA; Reaction of privacy advocates to the campaign of RIAA.


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