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Thread: Pay For Legal Mp3 Filesharing?

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    Would you consider paying X amount per album (eg $0.50) or X amount per month for high-quality music fully backed by record companies.

    This would eliminate chances of
    1. Wasted bandwidth downloading fakes
    2. Low quality sh*t
    3. Prosecution
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    no i wouldend there's allways way too get it free

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    so you wouldnt even consider it

    whats the main reason you use filesharing software then
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    too get and share file for free

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    i mean when i would have payed for the file's that i have i would be broke

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    What I would consider...
    Several people have nominated ISPs as collection points for P2P. Every Internet user gets web access from an ISP, and most have a regular financial relationship with one as well. In exchange for protection from lawsuits, ISPs could sell "licensed" accounts (at an extra charge) to P2P users. Alternatively, they could charge everyone a smaller fee and give their customers blanket protection
    As long as it a a fair dollar value.
    Another place to generate revenue is on the media that people use to store music, also known as a "media tariff." Canada and Germany tax all recordable CDs and then distribute the funds to artists. In the U.S., we have royalty-paid recordable CDs and data CDs. It's difficult to pay artists accurately with this system alone, but other data (statistics from P2P nets, for instance) could be used to make the disbursement of funds more fair.
    Again if it is a fair amout.

    Just 2 ideas taken from an EFF page at
    http://www.eff.org/share/compensation.php.

    Also I'm sure you will ask what I think is fair regarding the first ...
    Under $10 a month, possibly unde $5, plenty if you mutiply by millions of user.

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    Originally posted by REALITY@26 July 2003 - 23:00
    Also I'm sure you will ask what I think is fair...
    Under $10 a month, possibly unde $5, plenty if you mutiply by millions of user.
    that sounds a lot better

  8. File Sharing   -   #8
    Even if i wanted 2 pay i couldn't afford it... what if i wanted 2 dl 50 songs it would wipe me out... so no i wouln't consider paying...

  9. File Sharing   -   #9
    Originally posted by MetroStars@26 July 2003 - 23:05
    Even if i wanted 2 pay i couldn't afford it... what if i wanted 2 dl 50 songs it would wipe me out... so no i wouln't consider paying...
    I think were all clear that a by item idea is bad and unwanted, though what do you think about the two ideas I showed above.

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    why pay when you can get it for free...??
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