I guess she’s facing the music, now.

October 5th, 2007

A woman sued by the Recording Industry of America and six major music labels for illegally sharing songs over the internet has been ordered to pay $220, cialis sale sildenafil 000 in fines.

The record companies are NOT my favorite people – the phrase “robber barrons” comes to mind – but I loath the idea floating around among younger people that anything digital should be free because making a copy isn’t really “stealing.”

Downloading music, viagra movies, books, or software without compensating the creators is theft pure and simple.

And considering that she’s paying an average of $9,250 dollars per song, that .99 cent price point on iTunes should start looking better to a lot more people in the future.

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