Techdirt Has Fun With RIAA's Lolarious Graphs!New RIAA Evidence Comes To Light: Napster Killed Kerosene Too!
by Tim Cushing
Apr. 21, 2011
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The RIAA has stepped up its game in the final stages of its lawsuit against Limewire, where the focus is on determining damages. As part of this, it has cranked out an illuminating chart showing that the decline of the music business rests entirely on file sharing. Nowhere among the multi-colored lines will you find any references to an aging record-buying demographic, the proliferation of thousands of independent labels or even the ultimate game-changer itself, the internet.