That's also copyrighted material. I have all sorts of conceptual problems with the way that copyright works in relation to digital music--but the law's the law, and until the law changes . . . well, it's the law.
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Does not matter what country or what planet you live on , if it is copy righted material , it is illegal sharing , more so them P2P sites .
Certainly there are some free music and movies out there but those are at the artist request or their permission .
If I bought a music CD for example and you listen to it then that fine . If I bought a music CD and gave that to you then its a gift then thats fine. If I bought a music CD and up loaded to a P2P site and you Download the CD then thats illegal .
Keep in mind that; Business like restaurants pay a subscription to play music while you dine . Radio stations now I believe pays a small fee for music over the air to RIAA
Bottom line; Its not free unless the artist or studio says so .
LimeWire now offers a service called LimeWire Store that offers single songs for US$0.99 each as well as subscription plans that discount the per-song cost to as low as $0.27. Video content is available as well but has a limited catalog. This service is currently only available in the United States. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LimeWire
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