Internet Pirates (via Intercamp)

I could not agree with you more. It is alright to enjoy free music online unless people use those sound tracks to gain person benefits (such as burn to CDs and resell it).

Kevin Penny writer Call it file sharing or call it piracy, but the Internet has changed the way information is exchanged between people. Since Napster came onto the scene in 1999, peer-to-peer file sharing has been a blessing to every broke college student looking for new music. Although the peer-to-peer service was eventually shut down, the premise behind it has stuck with every other file-sharing service to date. Now young children growing up w … Read More

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