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Comment: They're killing their base... (Score 2, Interesting) 830

by jsoffron (#14732120) Attached to: RIAA: Ripping CDs to iPod not 'Fair Use'
I'm their target audience - I actually bought my music collection, which is somewhere over 1500 cd's, not to mention my small vinyl collection and cassettes from my youth. Also, I (was) a regular buyer from iTunes. My collection of *legitimately* purchased music is large enough that it doesn't fit on any available iPod. Yet because of all of this crap, I have stopped buying any music that is from an RIAA-affiliated label, and I have to imagine that others have done the same. It is obscene to say to me that I can't backup the collection I paid some $20,000-$25,000 on over the past 15+ years. They are nauseating, greedy, evil corporate whores.

Vent vent vent... :)

-jake.

C for yourself.

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