You have to be pretty desperate to attack your industry's most enthusiastic potential customers, especially in the middle of an economic downturn. But that's exactly what National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences president Michael Greene did with his already infamous speech at last month's Grammy Awards, transcribed at the official Grammys Web site as "The Insidious Virus of Illegal Music Downloading." Everyone in the music business is panicking over the peer-to-peer file-trading software that's been springing up. Napster was containable, but its... More >>>
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Downloading aficionado Jeff Harris: "I'm not sure if the RIAA understands what the music industry should really be about."