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    Sorry to ask stupid questions... what does RIAA stand for?

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    Recording Industry Association of America
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    here you can search whether your IP is on that list or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by asklepios
    here you can search whether your IP is on that list or not
    Sounds like a confessional with an IP log to me:?:

    anyone care to try it
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    J/w, if they did actually find out you IP and associate it with a name and address, how could they actually prove you have this stuff? Couldn't you say "Prove it" and delete everything from your comp>? Seems sketchy to me. This might just be a scare tactic put out so that people will stop, cause I really dont see any legal way of them being able to demand retribution for d/l music. I know alot of people who dont even register their comps under real names etc. So, its seems like a load of crap to me. Also, how do they associate a Kazaa name with an IP, I wasnt aware they could make the connection, considering most users only have they're "shared music" file checked off to share... They're probably alot more holes I could shoot through this, but I really dont think RIAA has the power to do anything. : peace2: Mista K6
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    FUD
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    does anybody know of a way to burn plastic without huge amounts of toxic fumes?:o i bet if the RIAA wanted they would put everbody on that list...
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    actually RIAA can prove it.
    there are bots lying around various file sharing networks that trigger when a particular artist is searched for.
    a few examples from the violator list of the bot are:
    Busta Rhymes "Pass The Courvoisier", U2's "I Still Haven't Found (What I'm Looking For)", Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name" and Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher". Artists such as Nas, Marvin Gaye, Ludacris, Michelle Branch, and Avril Lavigne are also on list.

    so if you search for one of those, or one of the other things on the bot's list it gets triggered on and logs the IP along with file violated for.
    i did post a thread in past about existence of such bots along with links about them but i wonder if it was ever read :(
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    Just because you search for something doesnt mean you DLed it. Searching information was legal last time I looked.
    BTW, My IP isnt on the list :)

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    Prolly is now lol,
    Good think ICP isn't on the list, they just don't care if people download there music :) In the Wraith sample there is a song called Simple and Blunt, in it Violen J sayss, Most of the juggalos are so poor there stealin our sh*t
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