The music industry’s legal double standard

I copied more music using Maxell tapes than I ever did with any P2P software. I mean, what else would you use 90 minute chromium oxide tapes for if not to record two 43 minute LPs? On my level of equipment, you couldn’t tell the difference in quality.

Thirteen record labels, in a lawsuit filed in August 2006, alleged that LimeWire was “devoted essentially to the Internet piracy” of music. Judge Kimba Wood of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ordered LimeWire to stop distributing its peer-to-peer software in October of last year.

via LimeWire agrees to pay $105 million to record labels | Web | Playlist | Macworld.