The RIAA has sued a dead woman for illegally trading music files over the internet.
Showing off the quality of its legal investigation, the organisation failed to notice that the 83-year-old woman died last December and didn't even have a computer in her home, nor would she have known how to turn on a computer, her daughter said.
The case provides great material for anyone who is still alive and has the pleasure of being accused of illegal file swapping. The RIAA's detection technologies are obviously flawed to the extent that their evidence should be inadmissible.
Next week, the organisation plans to sue the lama in the Clower Zoo in Hotsprings, AR.
Obvious file swapper
Photo: Marlene Barrett
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