Another Court Says RIAA Needs To Actually File Suits

from the no-surprise-there dept

It's not really that big a deal, as other courts have already said the same thing, but the RIAA has lost another case, saying that before they can subpoena ISPs for customer info, they first need to file a lawsuit. Since other courts have already told them this, that's what they've been doing lately. However, it does reaffirm previous rulings, and means the RIAA won't be able to point to split rulings to try to push their case further.

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