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While the major record labels were dragging file-sharers and BitTorrent sites to court for copyright infringement, they were themselves being sued by a conglomerate of artists for exactly the same offenses. Warner, Sony BMG, EMI and Universal face up to $6 billion in damages for pirating a massive 300,000 tracks.
It is no secret that the major record labels have a double standard when it comes to copyright. On the one hand they try to put operators of BitTorrent sites in jail and ruin the liv
Originally posted by kingoftheworld
I honestly don't see a problem with pirating music. There are always people who are still gonna buy their CD's, and go to their concerts, so the artists can't say they're not making any cash. And furthermore I was under the impression that people were musicians so people around the world could here them, and experience and understand their message. If I was a huge artist I would give two s##ts about people downloading my stuff, I would be happy that people like me enough to do it!