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What should be done to stop piracy?
 
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I'm not sure anything can be done really. 


Well...the problem is, if people want to get involved in that there's so many ways and means that it is basically impossible to stop. So I guess the best way is to appeal to peoples better side that musicians need to make a living too. 


Reduce the price of cd's to encourage more people to buy their songs. Also, rare music which has been discontinued on cd, should all be made available again to buy. 


Promote more live music. 


People like owning the legitimate material. I think people generally choose piracy when the product is prohibitively expensive or they want to try before they buy. Record labels need to adapt to a changing market where consumers are more in command and less dictated to than in the past. DRM is a bad idea. 


nothing 


Art is art. The way I see it is there is no difference between a beautiful painting on your wall and a beautiful piece of music on your computer. The creator of the art should be rewarded/acknowledged in the same way as any other type of business! Unfortunately though it's inevitable that piracy of art is around and on the increase and will continue to increase so you may as well try and run with it. If there is a plus side then it's exposure and exposure will lead people to hear your music that may otherwise be unaware and if the unaware likes you enough they'll turn up to watch you play... 


As long as the internet exists it can't be stopped, and even then people would probably find a way. 


Make media reasonably priced.
Rent digital media and make the plays
be on a counter after x plays it
doesn't play anymore.
 


I don't know the answer to stopping piracy. Does anybody? 


I don't think anything can or will be done. 


bring in the ex-con Hackers and to work with internet police etc. 


Difficult question to answer... 


Nothing. Bootleg freely ! 


Nothing its too late, keep music live anyway 



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