I had a great idea, Yall let me know what you think. Ok, The RIAA is really cracking down on this file (mp3) sharing thing, right? Here is the deal, The people that have mp3's on there computer are not "illegal", due to the fact that they probably purchased the cd and converted the .wav files to mp3 format, so they can use them in the mp3 player etc.... The RIAA is pissed at the people sharing there music with others that have not "purchased" it. Ok, what if there was a worm (virus) that was created by someone, that when it infected someones computer it searched there entire harddrive for mp3's and then connected to p2p software, and shared the files without the owner of the computer knowing. Then would that not be a huge loophole for the defense? I mean the owner did nothing at all wrong, other than catch a worm (virus) somewhere off the internet. If alot of people started creating worms such as this (or whatever it would be considered) and flooded the internet with them just as they do viruses that would be great for P2P runners. Even if he or she didnt have the worm, it would still be a defense to the owner of the internet connection. NOT THAT THIS SHOULD BE DONE BY ANYONE, BUT IT WAS JUST A THOUGHT. I wonder if there is already something out there like this.