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Can Someone Explain To The RIAA That SOPA Didn't Actually Pass?

Earlier this week, basically all of the major record labels filed a lawsuit against, which as you may have guessed from the URL, helps people get audio downloads from YouTube videos. There have been a number of similar sites over the years, and they tend to disappear relatively quickly. Apparently this one lasted long enough that the major labels decided to sue.
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