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RIAA wants ReDigi out of the business of selling “used” iTunes tracks

ReDigi bills itself as “The World’s First Online Marketplace For Used Digital Music,” but the RIAA is not impressed. Categorically rejecting the “first sale” doctrine as a safe harbor, the Recording Industry Association of America has sent the ReDigi digital music resale site a letter (PDF, hat tip: Cnet) that effectively demands that the company abandon its business and open its sales records to RIAA’s lawyers. Cease and desist your “infringing activities,” the missive warns. But that’s the least of it.

RIAA wants ReDigi out of the business of selling “used” iTunes tracks.

Interesting discussion in comments

From the logic used here, it seems the RIAA would be pretty pissed if they understood how a computer plays an MP3 file.”

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