Today on CLBR (Segment 1): 30 Songs for $675,000

Legal legend Charles Nesson – the founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society – and lawyer for Joel Tenenbaum speaks about the RIAA’s pursuit of $675,000 in damages for downloading 30 songs and the Supreme Court’s refusal to intervene.



Case Overview


Professor Nesson

Petition for Cert


RIAA Brief on First Circuit Appeal

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