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Old 08-06-2012, 03:50 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Belfaborac View Post
Interesting. A recent story I particularly liked was the leaked RIAA presentation showing that online music piracy accounts for only a small part of the total, unlike what they've been claiming publicly. Perhaps this "revelation" too will serve to make governments and law makers think again.
The modern day version of home taping! As a teenager, I'd often see classmates buy blank 90 minute cassettes which would hold up to two albums plus maybe a bonus song, and pass them to friends they knew had records of their choice. The same rings true with modern versions of copying physical data.
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