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Re: Eat this RIAA (or, the war has begun?) - Why not all ISPs?

  • From: Rob Healey
  • Date: Fri Aug 23 12:27:18 2002

> >> As much as I like the idea of blacklisting the RIAA (and think it's
> >> probably a good thing to do on principle), I don't believe that it
> >> will actually help.  The RIAA, itself, doesn't use the net for
> >> revenew, or, really, much of anything.
> > 
> > Why stop with just the RIAA? If they truly represent their members
> > then null route their subnets too. Just think of the healthy drop in
> > spam you'll get coming from rr.com...
> 
> Think of the drop in customers you'll get when they can't access Disney, 
> Sony, Paramount or any other media company.

	Engage dripping sarcasm mode:

	Actually, if all those media companys are correct and all the
	customers are a bunch of P2P content stealers then they won't
	even NOTICE when Disney, Sony, Paramount and others are unreachable
	because they are too busy swapping hot media to look at the
	content provider's sites!

	Disengage dripping sarcasm mode.

	-Rob




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