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The Mighty Have Fallen...? 
28th-Jan-2008 03:15 pm
Apparently the RIAA is done fighting people who have downloaded music illegally, and are now partnered in setting up a new music service called Qtrax. It's a new kind of P2P software, and there are an alleged 25,000,000 songs you can now download and keep PERMANENTLY - LEGALLY - and best of all, for FREE. The software will be available to download after midnight tonight.
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29th-Jan-2008 04:47 pm (UTC)
That's EXACTLY what I was thinking!
29th-Jan-2008 07:59 pm (UTC)
Whoot! Hope you don't mind me tromping around in your brain. *grins*

But, yeah. It sounds entirely too easy for them to use the details against the users of the program. And I doubt the average preson would delete the music they already have. If you have a small library, sure, you might. But I know the most I'd delete would be the stuff I don't have CDs for. And I know the RIAA is already wants to go after people who rip their CDs.
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