I downloaded my first song illegally in 5th grade and continued to harbor pirated music all the way through college. Now I pay for my music. What happened?
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BOSTON — A former Boston University student who was ordered to pay $675,000 for illegally downloading and sharing 30 songs on the Internet says ...
I was watching the Isle of Wight documentary from 1970 when I realized that the emergence of Napster was in fact nothing new, but rather the latest skirmish in the battle for putting a price on music.
Record labels are pointing to the dramatic rise in music sales in Sweden, just months after the country introduced anti-piracy laws, as evidence of wh...
That the recording industry is in the toilet is no surprise. How is it that artists don't see the solution?
So, the RIAA has finally given up on its insane policy of suing music-lovers. It's about time.
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