|Feb 17, 2006, 04:24 AM||#1|
RIAA claims copying CDs to iPods is unlawful
Oh give me strength!!! Why of why did tape players come with a RECORD button years ago then?
The word money grabbing springs to mind.
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|Feb 17, 2006, 11:25 AM||#4|
I don't understand what they are trying to achive with this? If they want to limit people recording their artists onto a medium of therr choice all they will succeed in doing is limiting their customer base. In my opinion they are acting like dinosors and need to keep up with the way their customers are listening to material. At least they are not downloading the stuff off of the net for free. Idiots
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