Patricia Santangelo, the single mother of 5 without any P2P on her PC, has decided to take on the RIAA and the rest of the music industry.

Even better, her lawyers set up a blog:  Recording Industry vs The People (pretty cool).

UPDATE: August 30, 2005 8:06 am

Godwin’s Law points to a transcript of a pre-trial court proceeding. Its apparent the judge understands the game the RIAA is playing — and she’s having none of it.  (Good for him her)

Category: Intellectual Property, Music

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2 Responses to “Mom versus RIAA (Elektra v. Santangelo)”

  1. The judge is a SHE. Judge Colleen McMahon.