It certainly wouldn't be the first time something like this has happened, but the lawyers who are fighting the RIAA on behalf of one woman, say they've heard about another lawsuit (unfortunately, they don't provide any links to info about the lawsuit) on behalf of a woman who says she didn't even own a working computer at the time the RIAA claims she was a threat to the industry. Perhaps she was singing so loudly her neighbors could hear her.
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