Supreme Court won't reduce student's $675,000 music download fine
The Supreme Court won't reduce the $675,000 verdict against a Boston University student who illegally downloaded 30 songs and shared them on the Internet.
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#1 May 21, 2012
Barbaric! This is just greed on the part of the so called 'music' industry. It will not affect me much because I only listen to classical music and could care less about illiterate(c)rappers, rockers, country morons and hip hop savages! I can't believe the court let this fine stand. The victim should leave the country after he graduates. Then he will not have to pay these parasites one thin dime!
#2 May 23, 2012
It's so important to be anonymous and use VPN, SSH tunnels etc, there are a lot of services like openvpn, torrentprivacy, pirateray etc
Why to get such a risk ?
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