Record Industry Clarifies Its Hatred Of Music Fans

Record Industry Clarifies Its Hatred Of Music Fans
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After deciding not to sue a 42 year old mother of five because she had created publicity about her case in the national press, the record industry has successfully sued her 20 year old daughter. Somehow in its death throws, the record industry has persuaded a judge to order Michelle Santangelo, to pay $750 for each of the 41 songs she is accused of downloading illegally — a total of $30,750.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 15 january 2007

After deciding not to sue a 42 year old mother of five because she had created publicity about her case in the national press, the record industry has successfully sued her 20 year old daughter. Somehow in its death throws, the record industry has persuaded a judge to order Michelle Santangelo, to pay $750 for each of the 41 songs she is accused of downloading illegally — a total of $30,750. The New York Times reports:

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