We wrote last week about the increasingly ill-tempered file-sharing suit against alleged P2P user Joel Tenenbaum, with the judge publicly rebuking Harvard law professor Charles Nesson for motions filed to get a sworn deposition from one of the RIAA’s own lawyers. Now Nesson has apologised. Well, kind of. He’s apologised for not withdrawing his motion by the 22 January deadline. “I wasted the Court’s time. I take seriously the Court’s warning about imposing sanctions. I thank you for not imposing them. I will make amends.”

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