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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by xyforever, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. xyforever

    xyforever BANNED BANNED

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    http://new.music.yahoo.com/blogs/amplifier/148/minnesota-mom-hit-with-15-million-fine-for-downloading-24-songs/

    Now only i know share song will get a heavy punish,i start a music site few week ago, somebody tell me it is fine pls..i am providing free download also..
     
  2. libn756

    libn756 Newbie

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    All this buzz about the illegal downloaders, well, what about the UPLOADERS who started this dilemma in the first place - that would point to catalysts in the recording industry.

    If artists want to collect proper royalties, songs should not be sold on the internet. Human nature will eventually take advantage of the situation, using the technology/software made available to the public. Pirated movies fall in the same boat.

    Sad to say, though, that a growing departure from avid book reading keeps the commercial online/ebook world relatively safe.
     
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    Just stick with bittorrent. Peer to Peer connections would need a warrant to intercept. There is a reason the RIAA has gone after centralized sharing services like Limewire and Napster.