One of the things that many consumers dislike about the music companies nowadays is that they try to put too many restrictions on us. First, they wanted to dictate where we could get our music - they did not want downloading to happen. Then they wanted to dictate the price that we would pay for the music we love - you bet they dislike the word free when it applies to any of . . .
Well, it seems that that is where most of the file sharing services on the internet has gone global to avoid persecution in their home countries. File sharing companies have moved their servers off-site to remote and secure locations in the never ending cat and mouse battle between these people who governments call criminals but most of us patronize because of the tons of free . . .
Good news for promoters of Digital Music Rights, it seems like the newer generation of music fanatics are preferring more of the licensed audio CD's they buy of stores as opposed to those they get of the internet. They say they prefer to get the best tracks of their favorite independent artists off the shelves where they can show of the artwork and get the bonus tracks as . . .