Would you pay 5 cents for a song?

Users of file-sharing services made roughly 25 billion unauthorized downloads last year, dwarfing the legitimate music industry, and it’s only getting worse.

First it was Voluntary Collective Licensing and now it’s another plan predicting hundreds of millions of dollars to publishing rights holders.  Right now labels aren’t making anything off downloads, and they’re stinking rich.  One thing is for sure, there’s no need for a statistical theory to back the fact that if the amount of downloads exceed the amount of sales any pricing figure would increase revenue.  Something has to change and suing downloader’s isn’t the solution.