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CRIA target says he won’t settle in the event of a lawsuit; confident that case is weak

News | 03/03/2004 5:00 am EST

One of the individuals whose identity is being sought by the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) says he’s unlikely to try to settle a future copyright infringement suit, and believes the music labels have too shaky a case to successfully prosecute. The 24-year-old Calgary man says the Internet service account information being sought by CRIA is tied to his family’s home computer, and that initial legal advice he has received is that it will be "practically impossible" to prove that any one person made the music files on that computer available through Kazaa.

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