Tuesday, October 02, 2007

RIAA forced to put up or shut up

Read the story linked in the title. My favorite piece is this:

"Toder, Thomas's attorney, plans to start with the basics — making them prove they own the songs at all. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Michael J. Davis threw out 784 pages of documents produced by the record companies to show they owned a sample of the songs. Toder had argued that the documents were produced seven months late."

Hah! So the RIAA wants to do lawsuits but produces documents 7 months late! 99% of life is showing up, I was always told . . .