The Register notes that the Russian prosecutor won’t be taking action against Allofmp3.com, thanks to a loophole in Russian copyright law. I’m still unsure whether using the site is legal or illegal for you or I, though – any legally-minded types willing to hazard a guess?
Legality aside, Allofmp3.com is a great way of providing music: you pick the tunes, choose the format, select the bitrate and then pay according to the resulting file size. So if you want 128Kbps MP3s, you can – but if you want the original WAV files, you can have them too. If only our legal download shops would do the same.
0 responses to “Allofmp3.com is legal – in Russia, anyway”
“for you or I”? Tsk. And you a professional, too.
I don’t get paid for writing here ;-)
Neither do I. Actually, I’ve been meaning to talk to you about that….
Drop me an email, o enigmatic one.
Too bloody enigmatic, by half, clearly. That was a joke. That fell flat on its face. Typically.
Heh. Your comedy genius is clearly too sophisticated for me ;-)
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