CNET News Daily Podcast: RIAA shifts focus away from individual file sharers
The group says it will only sue illegal file-sharing services, and let ISPs deal with individual abusers.
The RIAA says it's done suing individuals that share music files illegally. Instead, the group will focus on large-scale abusers and file-sharing services. In its place, the RIAA expects ISPs to police their users. CNET News' Greg Sandoval tells us the implications for the RIAA's policy change.
Also on today's podcast: Electronic Arts lays off more, Apple is sued over patents related to Apple TV, major cables carrying Internet traffic between the U.S. Middle East and Africa are damaged, and a look at what Dell may have up its sleeve.
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