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+ - ARIA con musicians in anti-piracy campaign

solanum writes: Listening to the Australian national radio station Triple J this morning I heard one of their presenters, Frenzel Rhomb guitarist Lindsey McDougall, tell the country how MIPI (the enforcement arm of ARIA, Australia's equivalent of the RIAA) have tricked artists into being part of their anti-piracy campaign. Basically, they contacted artists telling them they were a young film maker making a film on the realities of being a professional musician, interviewed them without ever mentioning piracy, then turned it into a ten minute campaign against file sharing. You can see it here. It turns out Frenzel Rhomb in no way support the campaign and actually blame the music industry for the problem.
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ARIA con musicians in anti-piracy campaign

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