You can buy video clips at AllofMp3.com for a penny a meg. It is up in the air as far as legality goes. Apparently, the regulatory officials over in Russia hands are full policing the 300+ million dollar pirate CD factories, or so they say, to fool with online issues at the moment. We have run stories about this site, and so has several major news sites. Yet, the site is still up. 1400 at the moment having a heyday over there. So, at a penny a meg it sure is tempting, ethical? That's another question. I cannot see much money left for the artists and labels to pay royalties. It's the old "It's not whehter it's legal or illegal - it's - is right or is it wrong?". 1400 members at the moment are having a heyday downloading over there. I have not been able to find a single customer complaint directed against this site. And believe me, I have been looking - hard. It appears to be run properly at the moment. However, as any business that can change.
Check it out. It is very well done and should be the model for online content purchases. They only need to strike a deal with labels over here and kick them a nickle a track.
I have had it with DRM purchases they suck. Real real bad. I also will not use file sharing apps as I don't want to expose myself to litigation.
If you have cable or DSL you can go nutty over there. DL speed is about 80 kbps. or so I have heard cough