@freemo @null0x0 iTunes has been selling DRM-free music for over half a decade now.

At any rate, nobody is entitled to a song just because it exists. If someone can't afford a song (or can't consent to its licensing terms), they should find a more agreeable alternative rather than taking it on their own terms. They are (hopefully) already doing this with physical goods such as food, clothing, and vehicles, so it shouldn't be too hard to adjust.



everyone has the right to break the law if they are willing to suffer the consequences.


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