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  1. Interesting article here:

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/who-in … 2012-08-23

    But who would want my music anyway?
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    • CommentAuthorzond0
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2012
    wave Me! I think I'd want the music libraries of pretty much anyone in here.
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  2. IF somebody left me a library of MP3's, and a bunch of stuff -- even if lossless -- that I would have to burn to CD-R's, with no resale value or trading capability, here's what I would do:

    Right-click, Delete. Right-click Trashcan, Empty Recycling Bin. Go take a shit.
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeAug 27th 2012
    Why does this matter? iTunes files aren't encrypted anymore. Unless they're talking about movies. If they're talking about songs I don't understand what the point is.
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  3. justin boggan wrote
    IF somebody left me a library of MP3's, and a bunch of stuff -- even if lossless -- that I would have to burn to CD-R's, with no resale value or trading capability, here's what I would do:

    Right-click, Delete. Right-click Trashcan, Empty Recycling Bin. Go take a shit.

    Thanks for that Justin. The chances are you're not going to be in this position to worry about what to do. Hopefully though you don't have that Palvovian response every time you empty the Recycling Bin.
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