Music Industry Issues 8000 new file-share lawsuits

Looks like the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), has read a Chapter out of the RIAA handbook titled “How to Rob Consumers”

It is very obvious that the RIAA and IFPI lawyers have found a way to justify their existence. They have found the practice of suing people highly profitable for sharing music. If my math is correct they will collect an average of $3034.00 per person, this round of lawsuits will net them over 24 Million dollars.

Makes you wonder if they have anytime to do anything else. [Reuters]