A word of caution to curious readers: The system relies on executing a Java applet. Unless you are extremely trusting or using VMWare, you should think very carefully about running code on your machine that was written by members of Anonymous.
By the very nature of music it seeks to be free. It is auditory waves of emotional expression. It seeks to be heard and by setting a price, its distribution is inhibited. The result may even be that this action actually causes more losses for the artists in question.
First - the truth needs to be accepted: That piracy is superior and you can't stop it. Second - music needs to be set free. Free enough in the primary medium of its consumption, the internet, for innovation to prosper.
create a site that aggregates sources to buy music, noting country limitations, formats available, and price variations.
It's true, copying music is not like stealing---no one is deprived of the use of the music. It's more like installing a surreptitious camera in someone bedroom so you can beat off to pictures of them.
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