Well, if you’re like me, and you’ve paid for music several times in the form of vinyl, cassette tape and CD, and you’d like to have an MP3 of the music to carry around, be careful!
John Malcolm, a deputy assistant attorney general, said Americans should realize that swapping illicit copies of music and movies is a criminal offense that can result in lengthy prison terms.
Well John, shouldn’t I be able to have copies of things I’ve already bought? How about prosecuting the record companies for putting out albums with one good song and the rest nothing but crap? How about putting record company executives behind bars for screwing the talent? If you don’t believe me, read [[Courtney Love’s Speech]] for yourself.