Rainer Peter Feller rainer at
Wed Feb 26 09:25:16 PST 2003

On Wed, 26 Feb 2003, Jochen Schroeder wrote:

> There is a huge difference, between stealing material property and
> "intellectual" property, if there is such a thing. Your argument is
> lacking, if I steal a fridge it is gone, if I copy music it is not gone,
> so it would actually be like cloning your fridge not like taking it, you
> wouldn't even notice if nobody told you. Also I would not necessarily
> bought one if I had to copy for it. I used to tape music from the radio
> when I was little, was I stealing? I copy music from time to time, if I
> like it I buy the album, if I just like one song, I just keep the song.
> There's several statistics, saying that people who copy music or movies
> actually buy more CDs, and go to the cinema more often. The reason why
> the music industry is doing so bad is not because of people copying, but
> because they just make more and more trash.
> Cheers
> Jochen

And they try to protect the trach, what makes it even more expensive!

CUH Rainer Peter Feller

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