RIAA sues more file swappers The Recording Industry Association of America stepped up the pace of its lawsuits against music swappers again, with a renewed focus on university students. ZDNN reports "The trade association said Tuesday that it sued an additional 532 anonymous individuals, including 89 people at 21 separate universities. This is the third round of suits since the RIAA was forced by the courts to file suits without first using subpoenas to learn the alleged file swappers' true identities." More.
DRM Demystified Public Knowledge has published a comprehensive resource that "makes understandable for everyone the increasingly complex and highly technical issue of digital rights management. "Digital Rights Management (DRM) is the term applied to technologies that prevent you from using a copyrighted digital work beyond the degree to which the copyright owner wishes to allow you to use it. The technologies can be applied to digital movies, television programs, books or music. More.