Thomas Mennecke of http://www.slyck.com/ writes: [quote]The RIAA’s witch-hunt has been mostly shrouded in mystery, with many not knowing who or what would bring about a lawsuit. We’ve sifted through approximately half the users displayed on TechTV.com’s website, then examined the songs those individuals were being violated on, using the EFF’s database. It seems the RIAA is targeting a wide reach of music, including Hip Hop, R&B, Rap, Rock, Pop and Country songs. Artists such as Ludacris, Michael Jackson, NAS, Busta Rhymes, Keith Sweat and Musiq were very common throughout the subpoenas.[/quote] Could this be the reason why Michael released a statement about this issue? Read the full story in the Off Topic forum or at slyck.com’s website. To comment on this information, head to the Off Topic forum at MJEOL. See the topic: :4pinned[url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?showtopic=6645]The RIAA Hit List – A Pattern Emerges?[/url] :tack[i]Related[/i]: [url=http://www.slyck.com/news.php?story=207]slyck.com[/url]
RIAA using Michael Jackson against his will to help them bust file-traders?