The sins of the industry are many.
And they gets lots of help in Washington where the real
enemy should be terrorists, not your mother downloading
an old tune. Explore at your own peril.
Even the regular excesses are
occasionally topped by true acts of absurdity.
What other industry treats its
customers with such arrogance and hatred?
Public lies. When unrestrained litigation,
power, and money just won't do.
Bushels of money go far in Washington.
Major music companies have been
convicted of illegally fixing CD prices and cheating
artists. And they want us to trust them?!?
Sometimes it gets boring abusing
the same old artists and consumers and you just have
to branch out.
Don't be fooled. RIAA zealously
protects the major labels, not the artists.
The digital world has changed music permanently. Of
course that doesn't mean they have to accept it.
The fight for your rights continues. Please support
DiaRIAA and its friends!
The buck stops here.
Courts supply occasional sanity
amid the chaos of incessant litigation.
We're not alone.
A few activists and heroes in Congress defy industry
battle for common sense and consumer rights.
New businesses, companies, and
your artists and Artists
speak out. The
digital economy brings changes and plenty of new opportunities
Change will come.
The music industry will restructure
sooner or later due to the Internet, P2P, and digital
and security. Protect
yourself while online. It's a savage P2P world out there
with RIAA and others lurking, spoofing, spying, spamming,
and fouling the network and even your PC.