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omg...do you have any idea how law in the US works at all? every case starts out with the assumption that YOU ARE INNOCENT and it is the PROSECUTOR's job to gather enough evidence to prove BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT that you are guilty. Have you ever wondered how the RIAA got info to convince them to show up in the first place?
Oh, so the defendant just sits there and doesn't do anything. Defending themselves doesn't accomplish the same goal as proving their innocence. I clearly stated that was how I arrived at the definition, so learn to read.
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post #32 of 52
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This is the parent's fault for not knowing what their child is doing on the internet. Howver, the child should get no more punishment the first time around than they would from actually stealing something (because that is what the kid did). A slap on the wrist or something like that, not necessarily a fine unless it would have been warranted had she actually stolen the CDs. Regardless, it was still wrong to do and it's the parent's responsibility to instill such values into their children. Children today are running wild with no sense of discipline because parents aren't doing their job, and this is another example.

As far as the woman's claim about the RIAA intimidating innocent people, that's bull. If you're innocent then you have nothing to worry about.

Note that I make no comments on other portions of the article at this time, so I should hope this time around words won't get put into my mouth that I didn't say. Those of you who steal and want to defend your (undefendable) point of view seem to have a tendency to do that...
I do mostly agree with this, although I think the RIAA goes a bit overboard.

Oh, and also note that the crime of downloading music is copyright infringement, not "theft" per se.
post #33 of 52
i would quote the constitution and legal guidelines for you stargate but i am being led to believe that it would just all go over your shield of denial for basic freedoms since you have an almost authoritarian point of view in regards to the law.
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There is a big difference a government wrongly accusing someone and a corporation doing it, so you can't really compare those two circumstances.
Only if the corporation does nothing about it, then yes you are right. However, if that company takes you to court where a judge/jury will decide if you broke the law that the government put forward, then you are completely wrong. If a truly innocent person is convicted of a crime they did not commit, then what difference does it make who brought forth the suit?

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Yeah, because that always worked in the past...
You can only control your own actions; if someone flames you and you flame them back, that just makes the flaming that more intense. If you respond with a truly educated response, then only one person in the argument looks like an ass.

Anyway, at the rate that this is going, this thread will soon be at the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
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There goes here college money.
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Stargate, please read the following documents before you comment again:

Declaration of Indpendence
United States Constitution
Bill of Rights

Perhaps then you won't make such ignorant claims.
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And that's the strongest argument you can come up with? Please. It would be the worst possible PR disaster for RIAA if they just randomly picked someone without evidence, regardless of how it was obtained.
You do know the RIAA filed a suit against a person who ended up being dead right? As well as many elderly people who didnt even have a computer let alone broadband internet.

Please dont just jump into an argument you know little about. The RIAA is a load of lawers with nothing better to do than get paid through scareing people into paying rediculous fines for a few MP3s.
    
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The RIAA has really bad strategies at finding the correct IPs of pirates, so most of the time they don't get pirates at all, and they usually force the innocnet defendant into giving them money.

They should worry even if they pirated or not.
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Oh, so the defendant just sits there and doesn't do anything. Defending themselves doesn't accomplish the same goal as proving their innocence. I clearly stated that was how I arrived at the definition, so learn to read.
You need to learn to read, start with The Constitution of the United States of America. I don't care how you defined it, the constitution has defined this long before you mocked it. How old are you, maybe I'm being too harsh, it's not your fault if you missed that day in class.
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The RIAA is intimidating innocent people. Thats all.
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