Tag Archives: Kazaa

Defense Attorney In Copyright Infringement Trial Would Like Your Thoughts On Pot, Turtlenecks

Posted by on July 29, 2009

One month after the Jammie Thomas-Rasset was ordered by the court to pay nearly $2 million in fines to Capitol, another major RIAA copyright case has begun in Boston, and this one’s already wacky. While the Thomas-Rasset case managed to select its jury in an hour and a half, the defense for Boston University graduate […]

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Kazaa Relaunches As “Future Of Digital Music,” Not Hyperbolic At All

Posted by on July 21, 2009

Former P2P file-swapping app Kazaa is relaunching as a legit service, per this bombastic press release. All four major labels plus some independents have entered into content provider agreements. Here’s where the new service gets hairy. A $19.98 monthly fee gets you unlimited downloads. That are DRM-laden and limited to three PCs and no portable […]

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