- A profile of RIAA lawsuit defendant-turned-crusader Tanya Anderson in BusinessWeek. She serves as an interesting test case for how the RIAA's anti-piracy litigation campaign affects the faces behind the subpoenas, as well as the front door to an examination of the campaign's strategy, tactics, and effectiveness.

- CNET examines the uphill battle of Stephanie Lenz, who's suing Universal Music Group for forcing YouTube to remove a clip of her child dancing to Prince's "Let's Go Crazy." At issue is how the DMCA is interpreted and used.

- Famed anti-piracy standard bearer Lars Ulrich says Metallica may explore alternative digital distribution models a la Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails once it completes its Warner Music Group contract.