Who sends a letter to the RIAA informing them of their pirating activities?

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I’ve written a number of blog posts about the RIAA, and how people have been wrongfully accused of stealing (pirating) by the RIAA, and law suits threatened.

Well, it appears, that someone at the RIAA has been doing a little illegal downloading of their own, though the RIAA claims it was not them.

Here’s more information:

http://torrentfreak.com/riaa-someone-else-is-pirating-through-out-ip-addresses-111221/

So secure those access points, and disable unused network jacks in public locations to keep from receiving a nasty-gram because someone else is using your internet connection to download.

If you need help securing your business or home, we can help in the Greenville / Upstate, SC area. We can even help the RIAA.  Call us at 864.990.4748 or email info@homelandsecureit.com

 

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