Yeah, I’m betting they aren’t going to have much success with this one. In their previous lawsuits, they were at least claiming to be following a legal process. This new tactic is going to face a few challenges, not the least of which is that pesky constitutional thing about due process. The ISPs will be opening themselves up to massive lawsuits if they terminate/cripple someone’s access based simply on a claim from the RIAA, their going to need an actual court ruling against that individual, where evidence and a defense was presented, and a conviction obtained, otherwise they’ll be screwed. This new tactic should result in quite a few new lawsuits, but against the ISPs and RIAA instead of individuals. The lawyers are going to love it.