GNR Leaker Sentenced to House Arrest

Guns N' Roses - Chinese DemocracyWired: Guns N’ Roses Uploader Gets House Arrest, Will Make Anti-Piracy Ad.

Kevin “Skwerl” Cogill, the blogger who uploaded nine tracks from Chinese Democracy to Antiquiet prior to its release date, got a slap on the wrist, won’t have to pay a fine, and will make a radio or television message “talking about the importance of protecting copyright holders’ rights in their songs and movies.” Classic. Watch for the smirk.

According to a post on his site, “…Skwerl’s got plenty to say on the matter – he’ll break down the details soon enough.”

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