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Friday, August 01, 2003

Posted by Tanstaafl
Study: U.S. swappers shrug off copyright | CNET "The Pew study also looked at demographics, finding that income and ethnicity often correlated with file swapping. According to the report, people from lower-income households are more likely to download files online. About 38 percent of American Internet users with an annual household income below $30,000 downloaded files, compared with 26 percent of those with an income above $75,000. "

The RIAA's heavy-handedness is disproportionately impacting low-income households. This campaign of subpoena's is just another example of the recording industry's efforts to benefit fat-cat millionaires at the expense of working-class Americans.


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