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MP3.com Tries to Censor this Site
And, we ask the SEC:
Dear SEC (Securities & Exchange Commission),
Is it illegal for a publicly traded company (MP3.com) to try to silence a shareholder from publicly airing their grievances?
I am such a shareholder and am under attack by the MP3.com legal department.
Dear FTC (Federal Trade Commission):
As a musician, I had earned money under MP3.com's pay-per-play program. Because the executives at MP3.com did not approve of my philosophy, they have removed my website.
Is mp3.com allowed to promise me money and then keep it?
Also, by destroying my website, they have caused significant financial harm to my business. (They did so without notice.)
Are you the proper agency for such matters?
A panel of educational experts, musicians and music business professionals will review your thoughts. To achieve favor, all that you need do is score higher than a B+. After all, Every Good Boy Deserves Favor. (That is an attempt at some musical humor. E,G,B,D, and F are the notes represented by lines on a musical staff.)
Should you receive a favorable grade, you will be offered an experimental music project in your choice of either CDROM, mini-disc, VHS, or audio cd format.