It seems there is no end in sight when it comes to piracy.
In November, Universal Music filed a lawsuit against MySpace, accusing the largest social-networking site of copyright infringement. At issue are the thousands of music videos uploaded by MySpace users.
Songs being uploaded are no longer the real issue, but songs being stolen.
While MySpace is kind enough to let artists select which songs they would like to have available for download, it seems they donâ€™t really have a choice at all. Backdoor sites are cropping up which allow anyone to download any song from MySpace instantly in MP3 format, despite the status thats been chosen by the artist.
This web site allows individuals an illegal hack into Myspace and others.