Tenenbaum case now won’t be streamed live

May 2009


The Recording Industry Association Of American’s litigation campaign against student Joel Tenenbaum will not be webcast after all. The US Court Of Appeals For The First Circuit have ruled that the case should not be webcast. The judge overseeing the case said the event could be broadcast on the internet, but the RIAA appealed that ruling, and yesterday won. The First Circuit ruling only applies to a specific hearing at the start of the court case, but experts say the principle will be applied to the whole case. CMU Daily 17 April 2009

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