By Jon Newton 10/10/03
The RIAA is using its subpoena campaign to terrorize people into buying their owners' products. But a group of web pages have come together to show the labels that their lawsuits will hurt them where they feel pain the most - in their wallets.
They've joined DownhillBattle.com to launch www.stopRIAAlawsuits.com, designed specifically to organize a one week boycott of RIAA music starting with the next round of lawsuits against music fans.
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The first 20 sites to get involved are:
www.stopRIAAlawsuits.com will include a link for every endorsing site
and will regularly update and publish a list of everyone who's involved on DownhillBattle.com,
DMusic.com, Boycott-RIAA.com, p2pnet.net, gnutella.com and gnutellanews.com.
Email stopRIAAlawsuits@downhillbattle.org from your domain to join. And don't forget pass this message to other sites.
By being part of this broad coalition of websites calling for a boycott, you'll also be part of the story when the next round of lawsuits is filed.
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