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RE: [d@DCC] FW: RIAA finally acts: Sues individual P2P users

From: "tOM Trottier" <Tom _-at-_>
To: "Chris Brand" <Chris_Brand (at)>
Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2003 16:28:55 -0400

No, it doesn't have to be copied to levied media to be a legal activity. 


On Monday, September 08, 2003 at 11:05
Chris Brand <> wrote:

> >downloading music and 
> >storing it is legal due to the private copying levy
> I said "may or may not be" because while I'm sure that it's legal to
> download to a CD-R, I suspect it would take a court case to decide
> whether downloading to a hard drive was legal or not, given that I
> didn't pay the levy on the hard drive.
> Chris

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