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Regarding hints on evading iTunes Store copy protection
Authored by: exsilio on May 07, '03 06:01:47PM

Good call..always best to cover you butt.

But this is why I wont buy ANY iTunes. If I buy a CD I can do
whatever I want with it. Personal usage or loan it to a friend and
let him make a tape or CD copy of it.

For years I have gone over to friends houses and copied their
CDs, Tapes, LPs...with no feeling of guilt..why should there be?
And by that same token I have bought a lot of music as well.

I say SCREW the record companies and the artist. I am not
selling the music...if I put it online and someone downloads it,
good for's the same thing as a friend coming over to
make a copy of it and listen to it.

You'll have to excuse me if I don't shed a tear for the obscenely
overpaid 'artist' and record moguls. Boo hoo! They'll only make
10 million instead of 12..whatever.

iTunes is convenient but far too restrictive. When I own the CD I
can rip it at whatever quality I want, share it with ANY of my
firends and play it on ANY damned MP3 I my car, my
mobile player, my living room..and take it to work and play it.

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