A combination of copy protection and litigation may eventually help the RIAA prevail over large-scale online MP3 trading, but I think it's safe to say their own web site has had it. Yesterday afternoon the RIAA's web site again fell victim to hackers, which probably doesn't come as much of a surprise to most.
These latest attacks raise the question: is the RIAA now public enemy number one?
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