Many people think it is ethical and legal for Apple to make it difficult to copy music from say, your iPhone to your PC. Look deeper. Apple charges 99 cents a song, so if I want 5000 songs over time I pay roughly 5000 dollars. This is too much. Everyone, rich or poor, should be able to get to music in a fair way. I believe fair pricing should be 10 cents a song or less. IOW, one's music library shouldn't cost more than 500 bucks. 5000 bucks for music is not ethically valid pricing. Earlier, when cassette tapes were around, it was fully legal to copy music off the air. In fact: radio cassette players were made to automatically record the song playing on your radio the moment you hit the record button. This was legal. Yet Apple makes it difficult to the equivalent of this today. So my conclusion is, Apple's policy on music is neither ethically nor legally valid.