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  1. Google: Nearly 6 Million Requests to Remove Search Results This Month

    Notable requests received by Google include those from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with 841,177; Microsoft, which submitted 681,227 requests, and NBCUniversal’s 254,527 requests.

  2. RIAA President: Google ‘Misused Its Power’ by Protesting SOPA

    At least according to the Recording Industry Association of America’s CEO. And pointing the way to something illegal isn't the same as doing it! Google abused its trust and misused its power when it blacked out its logo Jan.and encouraged its...

  3. Sharing Netflix Password Could Make Jailhouse Rock

    The Recording Industry Association of America backed the bill and chose Tennessee because of the music traditions and revenues it raises in the state. He said the music industry has seen its domestic revenue fall from $15 billion to $7 billion in...

  4. Image & Multimedia Search Complaints

    The Recording Industry Association of America is considering suing Lycos over its MP3 search engine. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry files suit in London against FAST, the company that produces the Lycos MP3 search engine.

  5. Are You Wanted by the Recording Industry?

    Ever since Napster made it easy for music lovers to share files, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has been on a crusade to put an end to what they allege is illegal file sharing. Concerned that information about your file...

  6. Is The Lycos MP3 Index Legal?

    Within hours after Lycos launched its MP3 service in February, the Recording Industry Association of America expressed concerns. It's somewhat amazing that Lycos put up the index at all, since you would think it had to know that the service would...