RIAA Suit NPR's Rick Karr reports that beginning Thursday the music industry will begin to collect evidence on individuals who provide a huge number of copyrighted music files online. The Recording Industry Association of America expects to file several hundred lawsuits seeking financial damages within eight to ten weeks.
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NPR's Rick Karr reports that beginning Thursday the music industry will begin to collect evidence on individuals who provide a huge number of copyrighted music files online. The Recording Industry Association of America expects to file several hundred lawsuits seeking financial damages within eight to ten weeks.