Judge administers another beatdown to P2P lawyer, severs cases

Ars Technica: "Multiple federal judges in Chicago have absolutely ripped the tactics of the state's only attorney filing mass P2P file-sharing lawsuits in recent weeks. Now, two new rulings directly contradict a ruling from Judge Beryl Howell, an RIAA lobbyist-turned-federal-judge in Washington, DC, who said that mass subpoenas against alleged file-swappers were proper."

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_Q_2662d ago

Its cool to see the law being properly followed. A lot of these companies suing people are no longer gonna get special treatment because they are going after so many people. Piracy is declining anyway these lawsuits are just cash grabs for a dying industry and tie up our legal system. It just needs to stop we have bigger social issues than some downloaded tracks...