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#11 DJaysEntertainment

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    Posted 02 September 2008 - 06:25 PM

    Sorry to get in the middle of a controversial subject, but I wanted to point out that Limewire/Frostwire/Bittorrent, etc. are all ILLEGAL.

    You wouldn't walk into a wedding shop and STEAL your shoes, would you? Why would you consider stealing your music?

    Consider all the viruses, trojans, etc. that are all over the illegal sites as the "security guards" that will punish you if you steal the music.

    Sorry, I just have very strong feelings about this. I don't care if you hire a pro DJ (who, by the way, you should ask where he got his music!) but at least support the people who MADE the music.

    So, iTunes... guaranteed perfect quality, and legal.

    #12 Davematthews16

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      Posted 02 September 2008 - 07:37 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by DJaysEntertainment
      Sorry to get in the middle of a controversial subject, but I wanted to point out that Limewire/Frostwire/Bittorrent, etc. are all ILLEGAL.

      You wouldn't walk into a wedding shop and STEAL your shoes, would you? Why would you consider stealing your music?

      Consider all the viruses, trojans, etc. that are all over the illegal sites as the "security guards" that will punish you if you steal the music.

      Sorry, I just have very strong feelings about this. I don't care if you hire a pro DJ (who, by the way, you should ask where he got his music!) but at least support the people who MADE the music.

      So, iTunes... guaranteed perfect quality, and legal.
      Thanks for your concern, but I find nothing wrong with downloading a few songs of which I have already purchased the CD's for. iTunes doesn't carry some of the songs I need, so I have no choice. The artists are getting plenty of $$$ don't you worry!

      #13 DJaysEntertainment

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        Posted 03 September 2008 - 02:22 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by Davematthews16
        Thanks for your concern, but I find nothing wrong with downloading a few songs of which I have already purchased the CD's for. iTunes doesn't carry some of the songs I need, so I have no choice. The artists are getting plenty of $$$ don't you worry!
        Ok so if you already own the CD then just rip the CD to your computer. ITunes software will even do that for you. Use 192kbps and you'll be fine. It's legal to make a backup of a CD that you own.

        Here, let me fix your reply, though..
        Quote:
        I find nothing wrong with stealing a few pairs of shoes which I have already purchased at another store. Payless doesn't carry them anymore, so I have no choice.
        Point is, it's theft. No matter how you try to justify it. Sorry for being so blunt but it's the truth.

        #14 Inked1

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          Posted 03 September 2008 - 06:53 AM

          I agree w/ DJay on the point of P2P networks illegality...Youdid say you can't find everything you want on Itunes, if you can't find what you need on Itunes, try Emusic.com You can even get 25 free downloads for trying their service.

          there are lots of legal music download sites available.

          #15 RosieM

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            Posted 27 September 2008 - 09:19 AM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by DJaysEntertainment
            Sorry to get in the middle of a controversial subject, but I wanted to point out that Limewire/Frostwire/Bittorrent, etc. are all ILLEGAL.
            Ummm I just want to clarify that using Limewire/Frostwire/Bit torrent in and of itself at not illegal. The illegal part comes based on what the user chooses to download. For example there are radio clips on these locations from the 1930s/1940s that open the the public and are legal to download.

            Just didn't want to anyone to think that a p2p/bit torrent network was illegal, they are great tools for the right purpose.




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