Is anyone else out there getting alittle unnerved lately about the way RIAA has been acting? And it seems they've hired mercenary hackers or something to either a) destroy peoples systems, B) check on everything you have/ever had,etc c) starting lawsuits against relatively inconsequential people in the p2p world. I honestly think the sh*t is about to hit the fan, for everyone using p2p, cd customers, and RIAA themselves.
But here is my little take on RIAA: They didn't give a damn when they screwed over the public and cd buyers by price fixing,etc and charging 20$ for something that costed them 10 cents to make, but it's only now when p2p users and filesharers are screwing them back that they cry "foul!"
Bottom line: The public and p2p users beat RIAA at its own game, and didn't instigate the conflict.
Just my take.