RIAA Sets Their Sights on Russia

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 10:37 pm

Conor Turton writes to tell us that the RIAA has set their sights on Russia for their newest push into anti-piracy. A recent bill was sponsored in the Senate to deny Russia’s entrance into the WTO (among other things) if they did not take major action against piracy. From the press release: “The effective protection of American intellectual property has been sorely lacking in Russia. This resolution is significant because it expresses the will of the U.S. Congress that Russia must take effective action against those who would steal America’s knowledge-intensive intellectual property-based goods and services. We must not enter into political arrangements with countries ill-prepared to adequately protect our greatest economic assets.”

Source: Slashdot


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