Radio Berkman: The “Pay Us” Hotline – Fines and the RIAA

December 2nd, 2008

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How the RIAA is attempting to enforce exorbitant fines on one file sharer, and the efforts of one law professor to take them down.

David Weinberger interviews Charlie Nesson and Joel Tennenbaum about their lawsuit against the Recording Industry Association of America.

CC-licensed music this week:

Brad Sucks – “Gasoline”
Greg Williams – “Teagarden Blues and Rain”

More on this case can be found here and here.

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  • 1. wayneandwax.com » l&hellip  |  December 2nd, 2008 at 9:02 pm

    […] MediaBerkman » Blog Archive » Radio Berkman: The “Pay Us” Hotline – Fines and the RIAA "How the RIAA is attempting to enforce exorbitant fines on one file sharer, and the efforts of one law professor to take them down. … David Weinberger interviews Charlie Nesson and Joel Tennenbaum about their lawsuit against the Recording Industry Association of America." (tags: berkman RIAA audio podcast interview filesharing p2p copywrong charlie) […]

  • 2. Steve Witham  |  December 4th, 2008 at 3:37 pm

    The link that says “audio mp3” is to a Flash animation that plays the sound rather than a link for downloading. Initiating a game of “hunt the mp3…”

    The mp3 would be here (or http://wilkins.law.harvard.edu/podcasts/mediaberkman/radioberkman/2008-11-25_nesson.mp3 )

  • 3. Steve Witham  |  December 4th, 2008 at 4:12 pm

    OH! The blog software intercepts audio URLs and produces those mislabeled Flash obstacles, and either someone didn’t check that you could download the mp3, OR, it did work, but someone upgraded WordPress, which has changed its behavior.

    Rather than experimenting with fooling WordPress, here is a page linking to the audio.

  • 4. » riaa’s appe&hellip  |  January 18th, 2009 at 7:20 am

    […] (lengthy blog purporting to describe the district court litigation);  http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkma… (recorded interview with Mr. Tenenbaum and his defense counsel regarding the litigation and […]

  • 5. MediaBerkman » Blog&hellip  |  June 29th, 2009 at 5:30 pm

    […] The Reference Section: Big Fine Could Be Big Trouble in Downloading Case Lawyers plan class-action to reclaim “$100M+” RIAA “stole” Richard Marx “Ashamed” He’s Linked To $1.92 Million RIAA Fine Against Minnesota Mom What’s next for Jammie Thomas-Rasset? Camara & Sibley David Weinberger’s conversation with lawyer Charlie Nesson and client Joel Tenenbaum on their … […]

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