How to “pirate” music

It’s often claimed by gun manufacturers that they don’t do any harm in producing weapons – it’s the users that load the gun, aim at someone and pull the trigger.

Well, rather less serious, in that they focus on copyright infringment, are two apps I came across.

The first works with the excellent music service Pandora and is called Pandora’s Jar. It allows you to save the music that is streamed by Pandora (which now has a European presence based out of the UK).

The second, StationRipper, is designed to rip music directly from internet radio stations.

In both cases, even in downloading the apps, the users is doing so in the expectation of pirating music. More ammunition for the Music Industry.

Comment posted by TimofSuburbia
at 12/22/2006 12:05:00 AM
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Tim (site admin)


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