The enforcement is the flip side to the growth. And that's OK.
The innovation is going to come, and that is good for everybody.
Music has an intrinsic value that touches Americans - they love their music, and want more.
Our profile was pretty low, deliberately so. Our constituents were a relatively small audience.
This is a business built on promotion. We've been giving music away to radio stations for 30 years.
Unauthorized use of these MP3 files is really creating a problem for artists in the music community.
The marketplace can handle this. The laws are there. The courts have shown a consistent ability to find a balance between copyright owners and copyright users.
A lot of artists are much more concerned about how their work is used and how it's disseminated. That, to artists, is as important as the money, for some people.
The Constitution wanted artists to have control over their works because they knew it would create incentive to create more works. That is clearly still the goal.
Everything we are doing is on the cutting edge of so many different industries and so many different interests. We're out there in the sunshine, and it feels fine.