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The Recording Industry Association of America said on Monday that current U.S. copyright law is so broken that it "isn't working" for content creators any longer.
RIAA President Cary Sherman said the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act contains loopholes that allow broadband providers and Web companies to turn a blind eye to customers' unlawful activities without suffering any legal consequences.
Originally posted by ImaginaryReality1984
Of course what the RIAA actually means is that the copyright laws aren't working for the people who profit off of other peoples talents anymore.