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Old 04-06-2012, 09:42 AM   #6
Ninjalawyer
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According to content providers, every time you play content (e.g., a movie) without having paid the provider for it, you are stealing.
When I buy an MP3 from iTunes or a book from the Kobo store, I didn't realize I was paying every time I read it; I should probably start paying more attention to my Visa bills. Content providers aren't (currently) demanding payment every you play content, just every time you want to shift formats.

I pretty much stopped reading and started skimming at this point in the post:

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... if you pay and don't play, you have paid for nothing... and the content provider owes you!
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