We’ve been following the eccentric behaviour of Charles Nesson, who’s leading the defence case for alleged US file-sharer Joel Tenenbaum. Now it seems the RIAA has blown its top. “Enough is enough,” says a motion from its attorney Daniel Cloherty. “For the past five months, this court has repeatedly warned defense counsel regarding his insistence on engaging unauthorized and illegal recordings of counsel and proceedings in this case.” Not only has he been recording conversations, he’s been posting them online – and the RIAA wants them taken down.

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