cdanteek Posted December 26, 2008 Report Share Posted December 26, 2008 article "They have the right to protect their songs or music or pictures," Bayou Internet and Communications owner-operator Jerry Scroggin told CNET. "But they don't have the right o tell me I have to be the one protecting it." Bayou Internet offers Internet service to 10,000 to 12,000 subscribers in Louisiana, and if the RIAA wants Scroggin to police the company's users, then he expects payment for his effort. When asked in the past to eliminate access to alleged file sharers, Scroggin sent the same letter to the RIAA, with no response ever returned: "I ask for their billing address," he told CNET. "Usually, I never hear back.' And then there are the letters Scroggin receives from Hollywood that demand he act or else. "I'm not doing anything to damage their business," Scroggin said. "But somehow this 99-cent song is my fault." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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