RIAA and BPI Use "Pirated" Code on Their WebsitesTorrentFreak
Nov. 04, 2013
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It turns out that even the most vocal anti-piracy advocates are guilty of infringing the copyrights of others on the Internet. TorrentFreak has discovered that the websites of the music industry groups RIAA and BPI have removed the copyright notices from popular web software, violating the open source licenses these scripts are distributed under.