It is illegal to resale the music you possessed

United States
April 26, 2013 3:27pm CST
Okay, I don't know if that is right answer our government trying to pass to us, or they simply protect the music business, since they pay certain amount of taxes to keep our government running and wealthy. From a court ruling, the final verdict will be, it is illegal for ReDigi, a long - time online service for clouding music, trade and resale mp3 online. So, even though you legally purchased a song whether from a store, or online, and you were legally possess for a while; after that while, you get bored with this electronic file, and you are trying to resale it, all of sudden, it becomes illegal activity. So, would you agree with this ruling? I was kind of in neutral position, and I hope they can really set a boundary on this one. Any opinion?
2 responses
@911Ricki (13591)
• Canada
30 Apr 13
I can see their point in a way, as they arn't making money. But as an individual who enjoys my music, I find it annoying.
@MoonGypsy (4611)
• United States
26 Apr 13
based upon the law, you only have a right to use it yourself for your own enjoyment. you didn't buy the rights to it. don't ask me if i agree. i agree with downloading and bootlegging.