Now the IFPI should go after Google for doing the same thing (hint, type the name of a copyrighted bit of media and the word 'torrent' into Google's search box).
Once Google has been found guilty they should go after the ISP's, after all, it is their service that lets people download illegal content.
After the ISPs, they should sue Apple and Microsoft because they make the software that runs on your computer that lets you connect to the internet to download copyrighted content.
After Apple and Microsoft they should sue the power companies because they provide the power that computers use to download illegal content.
My question would be – how much of those damages payments are actually going to go to the artists? I know that if I were an artist being handled by one of the big companies I'd ask for that amount to be pointed out in my royalty payment. I think it'd be a rather small amount.