Don’t say I didn’t warn you!!

Record Industry Sues 753 for Song Swaps
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A recording industry trade group on Monday said it has filed another wave of copyright infringement lawsuits against 753 people it suspects of distributing songs over the Internet without permission.
To date, the Recording Industry Association of America has sued over 9,000 people for distributing songs over “peer to peer” networks like eDonkey and Kazaa, in an effort to discourage the online song copying that it believe has cut into CD sales.
The trade group represents big record labels like Warner Music, EMI Group Plc, Sony BMG Music Entertainment and Vivendi Universal’s Universal Music Group.