Friday, January 27, 2006

Canadian record label fights RIAA

Nettwerk Music Group, the Canadian record label and artist-management company that is home to Avril Lavigne, Sarah McLachlan, Barenaked Ladies and Sum 41, is taking on the RIAA on behalf of Elisa Greubel, a 15-year-old Texan whose father was sued by the recording industry trade group in August 2005 for owning a computer that allegedly shared more than 600 music files. (click here to read the full story)

The best part about this story?

The best part is that this Canadian label acknowledges that the accused has downloaded music illegaly and yet they will still help fund them in a counter suit.

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