Music Firms Violate Antitrust Laws, Accused Infringer Says

A 16-year-old boy being sued by five record companies accusing him of online music piracy accused the recording industry of violating antitrust laws, conspiring to defraud the courts and making extortionate threats. In papers responding to the record companies' lawsuit, Robert Santangelo, who was as young as 11 when the alleged piracy occurred, denied ever disseminating music and said it's impossible to prove that he did.

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