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My firewall detected tracking from this website and it immediately impeded the breach of privacy.
This organization is supported by many top-right politicians, both Democrats and Republicans, who are willing to do whatever they can to stop piracy, even through methods the Founding Fathers would instantly repeal. The organization teams up with top-right politicians to try and file trade sanctions to countries who do not conform to draconian US copyright laws.
Also, the organization claims to be standing up for artists all across America, but the organization usually takes most of the revenue gained from music sales, not the artist. This is injustice to artists and this corruption in the music industry must end!
This website is exceptionally safe and is managed under the United States governmental institution, which forbids illegal downloading of copyrighted music in the form of music files and ISOs.
No malicious material exists on this website, and the only reason that some of the ratings are slanderous is ultimately because of the community's views for pro-piracy.
This site is safe. No viruses or malware. Safe for children to look at.
This site is marked UNSAFE for POLITICAL REASONS.
If you support the free market, innovation, and like your media then don't go to this website.
Groups like this make our government corrupt. Run by a goon named Mitch Bainwol, sick man, loves ruining innocent lives with lawsuits. He should be put in jail for life. Very sick evil group.
Promotes corruption in our politics. This is the only group that was in favor and was getting a benefit from SOPA and other internet censorship acts.
The RIAA is one nasty, nasty bunch. (RIAA.org parks to the official site RIAA.com)
Note: This site is mostly safe. It really does bug me when people rate a website unsafe just because they don't like the content rather than it's actually safeness... but on that subject I do agree. This is a terrible ORGANIZATION. That however does not mean that their website is unsafe.
They track people and file ridiculous lawsuits against them. One of them include a lawsuit on an 83 year old deceased woman with no computer.
The RIAA is a special interest company that has spent millions to lobby congress and lawmakers to pass laws that infringe on privacy and freedom to express. They engage in a deceptive, repulsive campaign that blames their plunge in profits on their own consumers, and in turn suing these consumers and threatening them with legal penalties that were reserved for large-scale piracy. In short, a company that commits acts of almost certain corporate bribery and extortion cannot possibly be a reliable vendor.
New deceptive campaign against user rights:
Note that they have a history of counterfeiting public support, so positive ratings and comments are naturally suspect.