It appears that getting Senator Hollings to put forth the CBDTPA bill (also known as the "consumers? what consumers?" bill) isn't enough for Hillary Rosen and the RIAA. She's now sent a letter to the House telling them they need to do something to protect those poor poor entertainment execs from continuing to get ripped off. It's funny how the letter never once seems to mention that there are consumers out there who have rights that they'd prefer not to be taken away.
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