RIAA turns down some heat on file sharers
The Recording Industry Association of America offers an amnesty program to some individuals involved in the illegal sharing of copyrighted music files online, reports say.
The Recording Industry Association of America will extend an amnesty program to some individuals involved in illegal sharing of copyrighted music files online, according to numerous published reports.
Traders of illegal music will be asked to erase all existing HD copies, destroy all cd-r versions, and fill out and submit and official subpoena form along with a photocopy of their driver’s license. In addition, customers are required to shave their heads, register with the local RIAA compliance office, surrender all firearms and wear a large pink triangle sewn to their clothing.