The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is suing a family for downloading music illegally, but the family is denying the charge on the grounds that it does not have internet access or a computer.
"I don't understand this," James Walls told his local paper, the Rockmart Journal. "How can they sue us when we don't even have a computer?"
The family believes that the lawsuit may apply to the previous owner of the house, as they have been there for less than a year.
This is not the first such occurrence of suspected mistaken identity. In February another recipient of a writ claimed he did not own a computer.
"Music and other copyrighted materials are some of America's most important, cherished and visible exports," said the RIAA in a statement this month. " However, pirated sales of our members' recordings topped $4.6bn in 2004."
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