We are living in an amazing time right now, a revolution of sorts. Not the kind of revolution our fore fathers fought against the mother land using cannons and black powder guns. No, this fight is being fought with a click of the mouse and a keystroke of conscience. This is a digital revolution, and the enemy is big time record companies that have been ripping off music consumers for half a century. No more are we forced to buy a $17 cd because we only like one song, ending up with a pocket full of lint, and a cd full of shit. The Technology savvy, computer literate, youth of the world have struck back at the monopoly that is the recording industry. With p2p (person to person) file sharing programs such as Kazza, Soulseek, Imesh, and Limewire, it has become possible to download just about any song, from any time, and from any artist, ever. A virtual smorgasbord of music right at our finger tips.
But life is not always bright and sunny for these audiophiles of the world. Downloading unsanctioned copywrited music from the internet is infact Illegal. The federal
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