OK, so lets say my neighbor (anyone else) wants some songs for either a project or just to listen to. So S/He comes to me, says, “hey, could you please download this song and that song and some other song please?” So, rather than going to a P2P to get this music, I PURCHASE the music online, legally. Once i have collected whatever song for said person, they pay me EXACTLY the cost of the downloaded music. Once i give to them the purchased music, I remove it fro m my computer. Thus, they have paid for and received music from a legal download, and in this case I have not retained any copes of the music nor made a single penny from the transaction.
To me, this scenario is cut and dry. They paid for the music as a legal download and I have taken the steps to ensure that I have no copy nor any gain what-so-ever from this transaction. But we all know how RIAA is. Is this then, in the eyes of RIAA and their dogs (lawyers) copyright infringment???