Monday, September 29, 2003

P-to-P group asks Congress for help: "At the official launch of the P2P United lobbying group Monday, the P-to-P vendors also called on Congress to consider compulsory licensing of music, a system similar to the fees radio stations pay for music, so that the recording industry is forced to make its music available to P-to-P users for a price.

"The P-to-P vendors, faced with multiple hearings in Congress this year on the dangers of using P-to-P software and with Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) lawsuits against their users, said they need to take the offensive in educating Congress about the merits of their software."

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