The RIAA has filed a brief in an Arizona U.S. District Court against two average citizens (Jeffrey and Pamela Howell) who committed the dastardly crime of ripping their CD collection to MP3s so they could enjoy them around the house and perhaps on their iPods. The RIAA is also alleging that the Howell's put their ripped music on file sharing networks -- perhaps a trusted trump card for them in their case.
RIAA is alleging violation of copyright laws and the fair use doctrine.
If you think it's a simple case of RIAA speaking out of both sides of its mouth -- you would be correct.
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