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Friday, September 10, 2004
 


An article regarding added incentives the music industry can provide to curb the trend of reduced sales due to file shared music.

My issue with this whole philosophy is it's still digital content. What's to stop somebody from placing the "added value" on a P2P server, and start this whole process of 'illegal download, RIAA lawsuit, how to solve the problem', all over again? Note: argueing that current technology will make it difficult to copy or burn these kinds of two sided discs is a little bit premature. Firstly, I don't even burn anymore, I just write to hard drive and then on to my ipod or something. If I really wanted to copy the dvd features and songs, I'd just write them all to DVD. As far as copying goes, anything that's protected can be broken.

-- dhd // 8:48 PM //


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