[LINK] bigger problems for RIAA
jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Thu Feb 12 09:53:22 EST 2004
Given that there is a URL, I'm assuming this isn't a fake story, but of
course it may well be. But if it's real, I wonder where the songs are
going to come from? I wonder where RIAA and ARIA will take aim next? [pun
intended] But they might want to be careful serving any warrants because
they may not know who has the MP3 version and who has the original type.....
>Company sells MP3 guns
>A British-based company is selling MP3 players which can be attached to an
>The "AK-MP3" player is built into the ammunition clip of a Kalashnikov. It
>can be swapped with the real magazine carrying bullets and inserted into
>The device is being advertised on the internet by a Buckinghamshire-based
>company set up by a group of Russian businessmen.
>It comes with enough storage space to hold 9,000 songs.
>Former Russian rock star Andrey Koltakov, a partner in the dotcom company
>offering the AK-MP3 for sale, said: "This is our bit for world peace -
>hopefully, from now on many militants and terrorists will use their AK-47s
>to listen to music and audio books."
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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