Music industry announces more lawsuits

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The international Federation for the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) announced 2100 legal cases.

New countries like Sweden, Switzerland, Argentina, Hong Kong and Singapore are “explored”. Especially Sweden, because it’s known as a save haven (bay) for Internet pirates.

“This is a shame for a country which has produced so much good music,” IFPI head John Kennedy, referring to ABBA, Ace of Base and The Cardigans.

I hope the guys from Piratebay don’t take it to personal.

By the way, do you know what N-DOTS means?… New Drug On The Streets, thats how the MPAA calls Pirated DVD’s nowadays


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