If the transcript of the actual interview is anything like the quotes in the preview article on The Digital Home, this is going to be well worth a read. If not for the sheer gall that the lawyers for the RIAA must eat and regurgitate every morning for breakfast before going to work, then for the sheer inanity of it all. I love this quote:
"College students have reached a stage in life when their music habits are crystallized," Duckworth said. "And their appreciation for intellectual property has not yet reached its full development."
I think the RIAA instead of spending money on lawsuits should fund a study on what the appropriate age is when one's appreciation of intellectual property should be considered mature.