Music Industry Wins 871 Subpoenas Against Internet Users.
...and they are not just going after people offering large amounts of mp3s either...
Notice the slightly conflicting statements:
" The trade group for the largest music labels, the Washington-based RIAA, previously indicated its lawyers would target Internet users who offer substantial collections of MP3 song files but declined to say how many songs might qualify for a lawsuit."
"We are identifying substantial infringers and we're going to whatever entity is providing (Internet) service for that potential infringer,"
[Brain21]So from these statements we think that, as the RIAA said a few weeks ago, they are only going after people who have huge mp3 collections online. However, other statements in the article show that this may not be true:
"In some cases, subpoenas cite as few as five songs as "representative recordings" of music files available for downloading from these users."
"the RIAA asked Depaul on July 2 to track down a user known as "anon39023" who was allegedly offering at least eight songs."