Things that worry me:
- RIAA is not a law enforcement agency so any laws that would normally apply don't
- Because this is effectively an admission of guilt to a third party, your expectation of privacy is virtually nil.
- They want to know what you look like.
Not that I condone piracy. I don't. (I've participated in at least two projects which have gone private with no credit). It's just that I'm a bit confused in trying to figure out how stupid the RIAA thinks the average pirate is. Give us all the information we need to apprehend you and we'll forgive you?
I wonder how many entries they'll receive for the following people:
- Hillary Rosen
- Mitch Bainwol
- The Easter Bunny
- Fluffi Bunni
- Santa Claus
- etc., etc., etc.
You turned yourself in? Did you get a contract from the RIAA stating that you've been given amnesty?
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