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09/25/2006:"Tell The Invisible Man I Can't See Sue Him Today"

exhibit_a (1k image)In the RIAA's ongoing quest to alienate more and more people who might otherwise like to give them some money (e.g., the survivors of the dead old ladies they sue), they may have run into an interesting new challenge. The defendant in UMG v. Lindor contends that the RIAA cannot introduce songs into the lawsuit if it has not produced the actual song files as evidence. Hmm. Sounds good to me. If the glove doesn't fit, they must acquit. Right? Oh. Never mind. That was Chewbacca on Endor, not UMG v. Lindor...anyway, that image on the left is the evidence the RIAA seems to have in this case.