Monday, March 12, 2007 9:14:27 PM
Petitions are how the masses protect thier rights. it is as simple as that. the corporations would have you chained down eating Mcdonald's and watching nonstop commercials and giving them every cent of your money just for the privilige. The real point isnt about internet radio, the bigger picture is that in america and europe, the people control the government as much as it controls them, so vote and protect your beliefs and rights, because if you dont, then others decide what you believe for you. the real power is in numbers and people. fight for you rights.
Sunday, March 11, 2007 10:23:58 PM
From what i could read the only thing this would lead to is a price reduction for peoples to have online radio.
the RIAA has control over online radio since they decide the price but how is that even possible? When I pay for the internet do I pay the RIAA... because I was not aware of that... in fact im pretty sure that I dont owe the RIAA a single penny for my online connectivity since it's not even their field of work.
Is all this situation caused because too many peoples are playing their "mainstream" music online on radio show?