posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 09:35 AM
Originally posted by RainbeauBleu
For those who feel that downloading of music (to listen to on your mp3 player) is stealing....
Do you think the libraries are complicit in allowing people to steal by not buying the books they read?
Read the entire thread and this just jumped out at me for some reason.
Sure you can get a book, movie, or music on loan from the library, but if you don't return it they can charge you for it. Basically forcing you to
buy said book, movie, or music etc.
So would a type of netflixish lending system for digital music be a bad idea? Say you "rent" a song or cd for a time period, and if you choose to
keep it you pay full price for it, otherwise it sort of self destructs, or erases itself. Been mulling over this concept for a minute...thoughts?