RIAA v. The People, Now in Blog Form

Via Brad Hill comes this new blog:

“I am a lawyer in New York City. I am a member of Beldock Levine & Hoffman LLP.

“Through the Electronic Frontier Foundation I and my firm have undertaken to represent people in our area who have been sued by the Recording Industry of American (RIAA) for having computers whose internet accounts were used to open up peer-to-peer file sharing accounts.

“I find these cases to be oppressive and unfair, as large law firms financed by the recording industry sue ordinary working people for thousands of dollars.

“I have set up this blog in order to collect evidence and input about these oppressive lawsuits.”
He is apparently representing the White Plains woman who’s refusing to settle her case.