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EMI- more than your average record company

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posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 06:44 AM
check out the full holdings and history of EMI in this link

one example of Emi's current affiliations

"Philips decide to pull out of the Defence industry. As a result, Thorn EMI Electronics acquires the Radar and EW Divisions of MEL while the Communications Division is acquired by Thomson-CSF"

And the current focus of their parent company

"August 1, 2003
Training Solutions
The provision of long-term training solutions that offer the highest quality results within an affordable package, is a requirement that a growing number of military customers are turning to, as they struggle to match complex needs against constrained budgets. "

Kinda makes you wonder........

If we keep downloadhing their copyrighted mp3's who knows WHAT they'll do to us huh?

[Edited on 22-9-2003 by mulberryblueshimmer]

posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 10:19 AM
Most entertainment conglomerates these days have their fingers in weird things. Vivendi is actually a French water company. ABC was owned by General Electric before they sold it to Disney. the chain of command in most entertainment companies is fairly strange. it makes for interesting reading. in the future, you could find an attack jet over your house for downloading movies. (well, maybe not, but you never know

posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 03:50 PM
If you leech then they will never catch you.
A records company with its hands in that much does make you wonder....

posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 04:14 PM
Arnt these the outfits with tv ads stating that their kids cant have braces, becouse people download poorly converted copies of mp3's, instead of buying their 2nd gen digital repro's

[Edited on 22-9-2003 by smirkley]

posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 04:50 PM
Wow, so the the riaa is gonna have some firepower next time they go after a 12 year old girl for downloading on her mom's computer. You would think that with all the money and power they could find something a bit more constructive to do

[Edited on 22-9-2003 by lurkinginthecorner]

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