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July 27, 2005
Biting the Hand That Buys From You
British music research firm The Leading Question has published a study confirming what I and other copyfighters have been saying for years: those who share, care. And they show their caring with their wallets, paying four and a half times as much on digital music as those who do not share music tracks.
These, of course, are the same avid fans that the Cartel are suing as fast as they can. Never one to miss a business opportunity they didn't think up themselves, the RIAA and cohorts such as the BPI have no intention of calling off their jihad.
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