It's entitled "The Record Industry's Decline":
click here to read it.
Quote from the ex-head of the RIAA on the post-Napster/pre-iTunes 2001-2003 period: "That's when we lost the users," Hilary Rosen says. "Peer-to-peer took hold. That's when we went from music having real value in people's minds to music having no economic value, just emotional value."
Here is one Webcasters response to the huge raise in copyright royalties plus a $500/year 'administrative fee' ordered to go into effect July 15th:
And July 15th gets closer...
Love & Peace, Clarence