There is music everywhere. You have it blaring from cars, radios, ipods, phones and various gadgets all over the world. The internet contributes to the spread of music. The annoying part is, they need you to sign up first or download a program before you can actually listen to the music. That's all well and good if the service is indeed good and you want to use the service . . .
So what is this three-strikes rule all about? The UK government is pushing for a law which will give those who download illegally two warnings before they reap the consequences of their activities; the consequences being restriction of broadband service. Naturally, this move has met a lot of resistance. Even musicians could not agree on a single stand. However, recent . . .