Piracy & dropping prices

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#1

I just posted the article Piracy & dropping prices.

LRR used our newssubmit to tell us about an intresting way how the Thai Music Industry is dealing with piracy and maybe a good example for the RIAA how they should better react.

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Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/2675-Piracy--dropping-prices.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/2675-Piracy--dropping-prices.html)

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#2

Congratulations to Chairman Paiboon Damrongchaitlam for being the first person to show intelligence in the recording industry. I hope others are that will look up to you and see you as an inspiration. I hope others in your industry suddenly see the potential of lowering prices to increase sales. Three cheers! Hip hip hooray! Hip hip hooray! Hip hip hooray!


#3

Wow, that is cheap. Normal prices here are about $18 which converts to 792 baht :frowning:


#4

damn, one guy is finally waking up and smelling the roses. Dont they smell sweet now that he’s clued up!


#5

Well now see who’s right. We or them.


#6

i doubt if we’ll see this in the us any time soon. RIAA is so stupid. all they want to do is raise prices. HELLO! the prices were to high in the first place! that’s why piracy got to where it is now! if the RIAA sold cds for $5, maybe they’d make some money. $5 is better than nothin.