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  1. Cory Blight says:

    Listeners never did own the music they buy. Whether it’s vinyl, CD or an MP3, all they own is a bit of plastic, not the music itself. They simply buy a right to legally listen to that music. If a listener loses/scratches a CD will the record label or store issue a free replacement? I think not. You have to buy it again – because you don’t own it.

  2. Tom Patterson says:

    All you own is the actual physical media. If my toaster breaks 2 years after I break it, I do not expect a lifetime of replacements.

    Tom Patterson
    Round Rock

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