The Recording Industry Association of America wants to put an end to software and services that enable people to rip songs from music videos.
Two days after YouTube-MP3.org, a site that converts songs from music videos into MP3 files, was blocked from accessing YouTube, the RIAA has asked CNET to remove software from Download.com that performs a similar function. CNET, which is owned by CBS, is the publisher of this news site.
I do not advise downloading and installing anything from download.com. FOSS should be vetted by a reputable organization like sourceforge. That said, this kind of tactic will start to get very interesting. Ripping songs from youtube is just an algorithm.