RIAA enforcers stop mentioning "litigation support" in list of services

MediaSentry, a company that provides "investigative services" to the RIAA, has redesigned its site to remove references to its services in support of litigation. The move comes after the Massachusetts State Police told MediaSentry that it was illegal to investigate of Boston University students without a license.

The updated version of the MediaSentry site has no reference to litigation or prosecution, which seems odd for a company making what appears to be mad bank from supporting the RIAA's litigation campaign. Instead, it offers assistance in determining "the scope and scale" of piracy problems and measuring "efforts to reduce unauthorized distribution."