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Losing Focus - Pissing Match - Break The Seal (File, MP3)

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Maybe the point is, go out and buy the Inno now while you still can. Hairball , 18 May am. Not that anyone will bother reading this, but Mike , 18 May pm. The reason it doesn't apply to a tape recorder is because tape recorders are not digital. Rob G , 18 May pm. OK, let's say you wrote a great pop song. Anonymous Coward , 18 May pm. You're forgetting that XM is a subscription-based service.

Is there anybody here that thinks subscribing to NetFlix means you own the movies? Sean , 18 May pm. Your arguement point is completely off base because as previously mentioned unless the artist is a huge sellout Metallica they don't make any money off of music sales. Kendro , 19 May am. RIAA is the recording industry. Too bad. Carl , 18 May pm. Does not matter, 97 of that 99 cents are going to the RIAA.

They are currently being sued by several artists fro not paying them for digital downloads. I will buy a band T-Shirt, go see them in concert so that they really can get some money, but buying CDs or downloadable tracks?

I will download the music I like. Then I will pay. The artist doesn't care for either scenario because they are paid little to no money for an iTunes purchase or a spin on XM. FireMonkey , 18 May am. Justin , 18 May am. There's also a negative side. D Roberts , 18 May am. Am I correct that you can't even listen to the songs you record unless you are currently subscribed to the XM service? How much more restricted could it be? The RIAA is simply worried that they won't get several slices of every pie out there.

The DMCA prohibits the sale or distribution of technology that would enable either the unauthorized access to a work or the unauthorized copying of a work" Nor an engineer DRM and copyright are not the same thing. Everything broadcast by a radio station is copyrighted. BTW, copyright also allows certain "fair use" recording rights - that is part of the issue here.

The Inno incorporates DRM, that's why you can't transfer it to another device. Again, the issue here is licensing. And BTW, a key difference with the Inno vs the iPod is you pay once to download to the iPod and can then play it forever. With the Inno if you cancel your XM subscription you can't play the music you have downloaded. The Inno and it's contents are tethered to XM - you own the Inno but never own the music you recorded.

I'm guessing that XM could also enable an end-date for recordings and that may become a negotiating point with the RIAA.

RIAA is a bunch of assholes so it's OK to record their stuff without a license even if it might be illegal. Does that make it OK for George Bush to break the law and record your phone calls too? Kev , 18 May am. Yes, if he changes the law to allow it. Hell, he could put through an unconstitutional law to allow him to get all of your phone records, internet records, and many more private records like library records..

Just because a law is a law, doesn't mean it is a just law. That's how they play for keeps, and for power. When everything you do is illegal, you don't even need to step out of line for them to arrest you.

Police states start with fear of being arrested without doing something illegal. A cd of mine got scratched the other day and was unplayable. I had a backup on my computer. Do I have fair use rights to listen to that backup or must I go out and buy another copy?

Hell, if I don't have a right to copy it, why isn't there a warranty on the damned thing to replace it if I'm only liscensing the music? You know what? Fuck the RIAA. Most, and I do mean most people will try their best not to break the law.. What happens when you want to buy a cd that the RIAA won't release anymore? This happens all the time.

Do you just give up on the music? Do you get it? Laws can also work perfectly for a period of time, and then end up being bad. Take one stupid law about a woman driver having to have a man run in front of the car to warn other drivers. That was OKAY for a while..

Probably depends on whether he paid the RIAA licensing fees Its funny how a small conversation on RIAA and licensing brings up Bush monitoring phone calls and war and terrorism, dead presidents, WTC and other topics that in most ways have no relevance but somehow get weaved in as examples. Not that i care i laugh so hard reading these things. I still think the first post was the most sensible. Music artists live in million dollar mansions, are known to be drug abusers, women beaters and god knows what else.

Yea so are some normal people too. But look who has the money and look whose crying over losing a few pennies from a download. The same people. The end users as in most large scale battles have no say, never will, and us ranting about it although funny at times, has no effect.

Just accept the fact that were the "bitch-es" and what they say will eventually be word until a big wig overthrows them. OK, well the real question is will this thing ever go to court and, if it does, who will win?

XM's stock is down on news of the suit and some analysts are predicting that the parties will solve the dispute with higher license fees. Can we just be honest for a second though and admit that XM is pushing the boundaries? First they have devices that stream only. Then they have devices that stream and record but they can only record blocks of time, not individual songs.

Now they have a device that allows you to build a library of digital tracks. That would be fine except for the fact that XM bought a license to stream not build libraries. If that's what they want to do, let them pay the same fees iTunes, Rhapsody and Sirius paid. D Throat , 18 May am. LMAO i almost fell out of my chair. Nice one Deep Throat. Zeb , 18 May am. I have a Delphi Myfi sp? There's no way to interface the thing with a computer that I can see, so other than playing back the audio into the recorder which you could do while the station is playing live anyway , there is no convenient way to move the recording to another device.

The only thing worse than the RIAA are the people who actually agree with them. Joe Snuffy , 18 May am. It's as simple as this: record music for FM radio - not illegal, can't sue radio stations record music from XM - not illegal, can't sue XM Money hungry people piss me off!

They are all recordable on my PVR. What does the RIAA say about that? Sendai , 18 May am. I suppose when you're suing the dead, the elderly, children and by extension, their parents , and probably a mythical creature, what do you expect? Mystic M , 18 May am. DNA , 18 May pm. I reccommend everybody steal as much music as possible.

Im going to go ahead and record write over the FM band on my stereo. Lets all band together and kill the record industry, none of that money makes it to the bands anyways unless their complete sell-outs like Metallica.

The RIAA is a cancer to music everyone should stop buying anything from them and they will die off once the money is gone. Unfortunately by purchasing songs legally your only helping to fuel the machine that sues anyone they possibly can. Bands make money from concerts and t-shirts so actually the more you share their music for free the more people will attend concerts and buy t-shirts thus resulting in a positive gain for the musicians the true talent we pay homage to.

Last I checked, lying in court is perjury. That is crime. It also sounds like good ammunition against the RIAA in any and all lawsuits. ThinkSolveDo , 18 May pm. People keep saying how this will drive the costs of XM up, but currently Sirius offers a similar device which allows you to record up to 50 hours and they aren't being sued by the RIAA because they paid the additional fee to the RIAA and the last time I checked, Sirius costs the exact same as XM and they are able to provide this service to their customers.

David , 18 May pm. The fact is that allowing people to make perfect digital copies of songs from digital radio is unethical. Not everyone in the music industry is rich; in fact, I work in the industry, and I and almost everyone else in the industry I know is broke.

Allowing people to record like that means that people won't be buying the albums, plain and simple. That amounts to nothing more than stealing, and it hurts the industry and the people in it.

How many people who have replied to this can say that they work in the music industry? How many people would stand up and defend something that's unethical and would cause lots of people in their industry to lose jobs? Mike profile , 18 May pm. That's strong. The law is pretty clear that making a copy is perfectly legitimate. I have a hard time seeing how it's unethical or particularly different than any other recording system which is perfectly legal.

In this case, it's even more "ethical", because it's where people have already paid for the music and the music is limited to this particular device. That's a huge assumption, and one that is almost definitely incorrect. Since this is a very limited application, recording like this often increases interest in artists, increasing sales, increasing interest in other things: such as concert tickets and merchandise where artists make their money anyway.

Again, this is false. Even the Supreme Court says so. In fact, many artists disagree with you, and note that this type of thing increases interest in their music, allowing them to make much more money. Studies for file sharing have shown that this is true -- and so it's hard to see how recording from a service people paid for would somehow hurt the industry.

Sorry, spitting out the industry line doesn't work here. Even the Supreme Court says so They are suing XM for making a recording device that can record only copyrighted material.

But the Supreme Court is likely to feel very differently about a device that records only copyrighted music. Plus, the fact that XM tried to buy a license from the RIAA but was unable to agree on price makes the whole thing "willful infringement.

The RIAA isn't suing individuals for recording songs. There's nothing wrong with making a device that can record copyrighted material. What law have you been reading? You need to go back and hit the law books again. You do realize that any piece of content has an automatic copyright on it? So, Xerox machines, tape records and VCRs copy only copyrighted material too. Hell, what about TiVo? Considering that it only records what's on TV, that's quite similar to the XM device and that's perfectly legal.

And, recording something for private, non-commercial use is considered as such. Check out the home recording act

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