P2P in Canada

According to an article by Jay Currie out of Vancouver it seems its legal in Canada to share music on P2P networks. So you can all go back to doing what you were before I had my case of paranoia. It seems that we’ve all forgotten the RIAA has no jurisdiction here in Canada.

I love this kind of journalism, for years I’ve been trying to remind people we’re not Americans. It’s nice to see some one come out and write the story from our side for a change. I’m not sure that Jay has everything right, but one thing he does say that makes sense is that the tax on CD’s has raised millions of dollars for The Recording Industry Of Canada. Why take it out on the consumers.

Anything each of us can do to help prove the point that the Record Companies take too much money from the artists is a good thing.

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