from the come-the-revolution dept.
jeiler writes "Ars has the details on an RIAA strategy to double the cost of settling copyright infringement suits for students who try to quash the group's subpoenas in court. In a nutshell: settle early, pay $3,000; try to quash the subpoena and the settlement cost rises to $8,000."
[We] use bad software and bad machines for the wrong things.
-- R.W. Hamming