Doesn’t anybody question what methods the RIAA is using to find out who has how many files and if they should be sued? How can the RIAA be so sure that every file is illegal? I mean, let’s be serious here, the MP3 is NOT an illegal file type. There are, believe it or not, legal instances when having an MP3 is legal, although sending it is what these people are sued for. I don’t know about the other 100 million of you, but if somebody has blocked the ability for other users to view their files, I can’t view them. How can the RIAA? Perhaps there isn’t privacy when you are in the public domain, but I am still in my house, which is (at last check) private. I would think that on the Internet, you don’t have as much privacy as you want, but I would still expect that if I did make an effort to disallow others from viewing all my files globally and publicly, then anybody who has viewed what files I have did not obtain that information without breaking my right to privacy… What happens if somebody comes into court and shows that they have possesion of every single CD that every single song that they have on their PC came from? That would give them the right to have the MP3s…now as to the sharing thing…play dumb (re-read that thing Kazaa Lite says about when you disable sharing)… Just a thought.