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This article is ovar 100 years old. The Jews figured out last Thursday that suing your customers isn't the best way to make them monies.

To anyone who downloads their music off of Kazaa or any similar program, you might want to know this.

The RIAA claims to have a new kind of software called "Piratekiller" that is designed to stop music piracy. It is still being debated whether or not this is legal, but the RIAA plans to launch it sometime next month. The program will automatically find and track down anyone who is discovered using piracy programs, and they plan to prosecute everyone they find. If you are found to be in possession of illegally downloaded music, you're likely to be given somewhere around 5 years in prison if you have a lot of it.

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