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• Posted by: cookie   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2004, at 4:53 a.m.
• IP Address: cerberus.kiberpipa.org
• In Response to: Re: Anyone knows where to download the soundtr... (Jerry)

Ok. Downloading music is a crime only because the corporations say it is.
Corporations are not artists. Artists get squat from the whole money the corporations make by selling products/music.
Downloading music in legal terms is a violation of copy rights...but only cause the corporations are saying so.
Why do people download music in the first place? Cause it`s cheap. Hence, state lower prices and we won`t have to violate a copy right law.
Who is number one enemy of the p2p network? Metallica. How much money does Metallica make? Plenty (and that is an understatement). Why should they be concerned? Certanly not because of the "income" problem. They just wanna stand out . Be in the spotlight. I mean...they started out as a garage band and now they are the number one corporation.
if u ask me...i will never buy a cd if i can get it from the net. The money making part of the music industry sucks.
And hey...if the artists hate piracy that much..they should #####ing quit.
regards.
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