copying music from another person's network

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  1. macrumors newbie

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    I just bought a Powerbook G4 (loving it, of course) and I was wondering if there was any way I could copy music from my friend's computer. We're both on wireless networks here at school, and when I go into iTunes, I see his music, but there's no way for me to copy it. Are there any programs out there that would allow me to get his music? Also, does anyone know of any programs to copy my music from my iPod to iTunes? Thanks!
     
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    Balin64

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    Please search the forums, and google these inquiries: I am sure there are ways. But please, don't blatantly ask us how to steal music, it's juust not cool. :rolleyes:

    While I am a fairly tolerant member here, others are not. Please read the forum rules.
     
  3. macrumors 6502

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    Search Google for a program called OurTunes.
     
  4. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I wasn't asking you how to steal music. My friend knows I'm viewing his songs and listening to them, so instead of burning a bunch of cds that I would throw out anyway, I figured copying them over would be easier.
     
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    If your not buying the music, you are stealing it. Just because he knows your listening to it, and are copying it form his computer does not make it okay.
     
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    You do know what stealing is?
     
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    camomac

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    not that i condone stealing music, but here is the link to ourtunes.
     
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    Peterkro

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    For the umteenth time its copyright infringement not theft.
     
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    yellow

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    LOL. You say lorry, I say truck. :D
     
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    Its stealing money from the pocket of those who own the rights to the song.

    And when have you told us this before?
     
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    James Philp

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    perhaps you could embellish this explination!? :confused:
     
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    Call it what you want, it's using what doesn't belong to you.

    This kind of thing is not to be discussed here. Mind the rules, please.
     
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