I am hearing that the record business is taking matters into their own hands to deal with the online peer to peer file sharing applications. Apparently they are recruiting hackers and computer yahoos to flood the online file sharing utilities like Kazaa and simular products with fake and bogus files of newly released music and are offering to pay certain qualified individuals to do this for them. Sounds sort of fish to me...like are they saying, "Don't attach viruses to these files, wink, wink"
I for one have not purchased an actual CD in over 4 years, where as in my prime I was buying CD's on a weekly basis. I do however average a new DVD once a week. I do not feel sorry for the music business. I bit the pillow during the 90's when they were price fixing all the consumers...which they were found guilty for...and hopefully I should be getting my 2 $14.00 checks this summer.