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Music is beautiful and the artists who create it are greatly appreciated Music lets you escape reality or get you in touch with reality Most people can relate to a lot of songs the reason for this is because the artists who write the songs are in some way or another just like you and me In the last two years MP3s have become very popular over the Internet and on computers The new fad deals with sharing MP3 files with other users by downloading the songs from their computer to yours Is sharing songs between numerous users over the Internet a good or bad concept Is it illegal and can you get into some legal trouble for doing this MP3 is short for Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer III and is a compression format that shrinks audio files with only a small sacrifice in sound quality MP3 files can be compressed at different rates but the more they are scrunched the worse the sound quality So are they good or are they bad Good of course Well it depends on what you use your MP3 files for If you use them on your own hard drive for your own personal use and not on any other servers then youre not a distributor As long as you keep your MP3s in the privacy of your own hard drive and not on the web its okay because youre relatively harmless You get to download a song and make up your own play lists of songs that you enjoy without having to go out and spend your money on a CD that you might not end up liking In most cases after you heard the songs on your computer and find a band that youre musically interested in youll buy that CD One of the reasons that MP3s are so popular is because they come with so much convenience Most people would rather download a
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