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+ - RIAA: all the ISP's work for ua-> 1

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Presto Vivace
Presto Vivace writes "Reporting for Computer World, Grant Gross reports that the RIAA is asking the FCC not to make the net neutrality rules so strict that avoid adopting strict net neutrality rules that would limit broadband providers' flexibly to "address" illegal online file sharing. It seems the RIAA is unclear on the concept of the Fourth Amendment."
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