(That's a tautology, designed to sound controversial and get your attention. But now that I have your attention, check out this site for an idea of just how easily the RIAA expects to manipulate its customers.)
orthogonal writes "Hey kids! Let me condescend to you. A site with a '60s look and '50s sensibility pretends to be hip and cool as it dispenses RIAA propaganda in a tone as condescending as a junior high school Health class film.
As a bonus, it appears as if it was written by the "Is it cool or is it whack" troll. Here's a sample of the lowdown, kids:
So what's the deal with downloading music from the Internet? Everyone's talking about it - at home, at school, in chat rooms, in the media - and millions of music lovers are doing it. But a lot of people are confused. Some parents are telling their kids not to download; others think it's okay. Some downloaders are being sued by record companies, others are not. Even some of the people who create and sell music aren't sure what to think - or do - about technology and music.
All the cool kids are gonna check this site out after school!"