Coping music the legal position

  bobbybowls 17:47 15 Feb 05

I was looking at tesco's music download site
click here
In the FAQ’s is says that you can copy to a cd for your own use.
I understood that any coping of music was illegal. What is the legal position on this?

  GANDALF <|:-)> 17:57 15 Feb 05

As you are paying for the download you can copy it for your own use. Not paying is where people get a tad touchy. Not paying and then selling is when the guns come out.

  Stuartli 18:07 15 Feb 05

You are paying for the tracks you download and there seems to be no difference to having the track(s) on your hard drive than on a CD or portable player.

Some information at:

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click here

  end 18:13 15 Feb 05

my postings

  bobbybowls 18:51 15 Feb 05

thanks for the info

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