RIAA declares war on silver surfers

People likely to be most at risk from RIAA's war on downloads will be parents. Parents and grandparents are in the firing line as the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) ramps up its fight against the downloading of music files from peer-to-peer (P2P) sites.

According to Associated Press, one 50 year-old grandfather in California was shocked to learn this week that the RIAA had subpoenaed his ISP to provide his name and address for downloading songs from the internet. But the man was not the downloader - it was a member of his family.

News source: vnunet.com

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Doing a "I'm Feeling Lucky" on Google for Kazaa Lite will end you up here which will allow you to DL a version a Kazaa that, at least, claims to block the IP address of RIAA.