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  • It's a loophole, but does mean that many may evade prosecution ... or is that persecution?

    The ruling says that RIAA can't require ISPs to identify users without getting a judge to agree that there is reason. So, for now at least, there is less chance of innocent users receiving lawsuit demands; there will be far fewer lawsuit demands in general since the RIAA can't use vague suggestive evidence to lauch a lawsuit and back down if they are shown to be wrong. Of course, after they've gone around the circle