Dannenberg: Who's the real thief, RIAA?
Tuesday, May 03, 2005
Thanks to Slashdot for bringing this to my attention. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ran a story last week from Cary Sherman, head of the RIAA, where he lambasts students using Internet2 for file-sharing, claiming that the music industry and artists everywhere are in danger of going under because 42 students traded thousands of mp3s with each other on the high-speed backbone.

In response Roger Dannenberg, one of my favorite professors at CMU wrote his own letter which was subsequently printed in the Post-Gazette. I only wish he had more column inches.

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