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The Freeloading Generation: Are we loving our music to death?

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The Freeloading Generation: Are we loving our music to death?



Will “digital natives” learn to respect the rights of the artists they love?
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“I saw that freeloading was no victimless act, nor was it simply a matter of beating up on bloated corporate media entities.

It is a potent combination of laziness and selfishness, concealed under a thin superficial haze of digital idealism and anti-corporate bitterness.”
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