|Nov 5, 2003, 06:38 PM||#1|
The threat of legal action by the record industry prompted m...
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Link: The threat of legal action by the record industry prompted more than 2 million households across America to delete all the music they had stored in their computers
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|Nov 5, 2003, 08:07 PM||#3|
So all these people deleted there music portfolios. Why not just create a new folder and move those songs you downloaded into that new file?
Someone explain why i can go to a record store and buy a used CD, but not download one off the internet? Sure someone paid for it already, but how is anyone to know the 8 gigs on my machine is not from purchased albums?
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|Nov 5, 2003, 08:49 PM||#4|
Yet there are over 3.7 Million Users on KaZaA right now.
Yeah its "working".
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|Nov 5, 2003, 10:25 PM||#5|
Sounds a bit fishy to me ...
How can you survey only 40,000 people and then conclude that over 2 million people deleted their music files? This sounds like some kind of RIAA propoganda to me.
But that's just my take on the article.
I think the real reason for decreased file swapping (if there is any) is iTunes.
Really? Really, really!
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