|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Study in the NY Times Proves File Sharing has zero impact on record sales
The study discussed in the article, and I haven't yet read the actually study,
shows that without question, downloading has NO affect on record sales.
It seems increasingly clear that this generation of music fans simple hate
discs - all kinds of disks.
On 2004.04.06 13:06 Ron Guerin wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-04-06 at 11:37, Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS wrote:
> > April 5, 2004
> > A Heretical View of File Sharing
> > By JOHN SCHWARTZ
> > The music industry says it repeatedly, with passion and conviction:
> > downloading hurts sales.
> I'm sure they believe it too. Because the truth, (their product lately
> stinks and is overpriced even if it didn't stink) is something they're
> just not willing to accept. Which is fine, except they're willing to
> destroy the country in pursuit of their delusion, and our congressmen
> don't care so long as the RIAA money keeps crossing their palms.
> - Ron
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