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Old Nov 7th, 2007, 02:36 PM   #1
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Is there any way to remove the protect from songs I have purchased from iTunes?
I want to send a copy of one song to a friend via email. It must be able to be done as I somehow have done it before but dont recall how! (it had something to do with first downloading it to a usb memory stick and then possibly putting it back on the computer somehow) Thanks for any info. Cheers.
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Old Nov 7th, 2007, 07:21 PM   #2
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Is there any way to remove the protect from songs I have purchased from iTunes?
I want to send a copy of one song to a friend via email. It must be able to be done as I somehow have done it before but dont recall how! (it had something to do with first downloading it to a usb memory stick and then possibly putting it back on the computer somehow) Thanks for any info. Cheers.
y not just download a song off some p2p, its the same thing anyway. (not that either one is right or wrong).
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Old Nov 7th, 2007, 07:43 PM   #3
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Both posts above are suggesting breaking the copyright.

When you buy an iTunes song, you can play it from up to 5 of your own computers (authorizations). You are not entitled to give it to anyone else.

Send your buddy $0.99 to download it for himself legally.
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Better still, I'll forget the whole idea! I was under the impression that since I had paid iTunes for it, it was mine to do what I like. I can make a copy on a CD and pass it on that way, so didn't see any difference in emailing it to them. Canada Post here I come(-:
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Better still, I'll forget the whole idea! I was under the impression that since I had paid iTunes for it, it was mine to do what I like. I can make a copy on a CD and pass it on that way, so didn't see any difference in emailing it to them. Canada Post here I come(-:
no difference at all. copying a cd is the same thing as downloading mp3 off a p2p or removing a drm off a purchased itunes music and sending it to you buddy.


Edit made a mistake there. no diference between copying a cd and removing a drm off a purchased itunes music and sending it to you buddy.
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Both posts above are suggesting breaking the copyright.
Did they pass Bill C-60 ?
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