80% of free P2P-users would pay for it

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#1

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A recent study conducted by British Music Rights and researchers at The University of Hertfordshire showed that four out of five people would pay to use P2P-services, while they currently don’t. A…

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#2

“four out of five people would pay to use P2P-services” Four out of five dentists recommend sugarless gum. What’s your point? Who would we even pay for this service? Our ISPs? At any rate, I’m in the 20% category. If I don’t get my fix through free P2P then I’ll go back to smoking freebase cocaine. :wink:
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#3

yes those poor pop and film stars, my heart bleeds. let’s all hold hands, sing kum ba yah and give them even more money, god knows if i keep depriving mega pop star paris hilton of a few ££ she might have to stay in 1 night a week. i shall redouble my efforts not to care. :slight_smile:


#4

I certainly wouldn’t mind paying for music as long as I knew it was going to the artist. I ONLY buy a CD if I know the artist is indy, and I make sure I check first on www.riaaradar.com . No sense in giving the Man more money to sue people.