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There are serious risks involved with unauthorized file sharing of copyrighted materials. Copyright holders, such as the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) , are more aggressively initiating legal actions against individuals engaged in illegal peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing. Those that are involved in these activities should be aware that they risk criminal prosecution and civil litigation!
The practice of trading music, movies, games and software over the Internet has become commonplace in America. Although P2P file sharing programs (such as KaZaA, BitTorrent, Gnutella, iMesh, CuteMX, Scour and FreeNetfile) are not illegal, they can be used for illegal purposes. Downloading or sharing copyrighted materials without explicit permission from the copyright holder may be a violation of U.S. copyright law and punishable with prison time and severe fines!
Some people erroneously believe that illegal file sharing will not be noticed. The RIAA and other copyright holders use automated methods to identify infringements, and even small amounts of sharing can be detected.
You will find many sites on the Internet that claim to offer unlimited downloads for just one low flat fee. However, these sites are mostly selling you an e-book that shows you where to go to download P2P file sharing programs such as KaZaA, BitTorrent, Gnutella, iMesh, CuteMX, Scour and FreeNetfile for the purpose of downloading music.In most cases, you can find all the information offered in those e-books freely on the Internet! Well, guess what, downloading copyrighted songs may be a serious violation of copyright law! You cannot ethically download copyrighted songs without paying for them. However, companies like Rhapsody have made it quite inexpensive to listen to over 2,000,000 songs for a very nominal monthly fee. The best part is you would be listening to all your favorite music totally legally! So follow the step-by-step easy sign-up process and enjoy a full 14-day free trial! Enjoy all the music you want without the guilt! Sign-up today!