by Mike Masnick
Tue, Oct 27th 2009 5:01am
Because I know how much you've all been wanting to know what a bunch of dying record labels and their chief lobbyist thinks about net neutrality, the RIAA's president Cary Sherman put out a statement saying that they're happy with the new rules because the FCC's Julius Genachowski has said it's okay for ISPs to ignore all those rules as long as they're going after "illegal conduct" online -- which of course the RIAA assumes must mean file sharing.
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