It plans to use software robots to search for copyright violations, as well as sending warnings to universities and businesses demanding they remove illegal material.
They’re going on a sue-athon over the summer to try and smash the face of download culture right on the bridge of the nose.
A spokesman for American ISP Earthlink, who have received three subpoenas said they’d co-operate fully, but that: "We disagree with the method that is being used here and while we support the right of them to enforce copyrights, we think this is the wrong method for doing so. We're urging the RIAA and other copyright holders to find a less intrusive method for protecting their intellectual property."
It has already been disrupting the file-sharing networks with fake files of its own which contain white noise. And you thought you’d got the new Tool album!
DiScuss: How would you defend yourself against the mighty RIAA robots if they turned up in your bedroom?