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Downloading music has become a part of everyday life of all most young people in modern world today With the development of computer downloading music and file-sharing are also developed Although in someones opinion that is a kind of piracy I support music-downloading and file-sharing as a teenager First of all we should ask why people like downloading music and sharing file which they are supposed to buy in the store The main reasons are users do not want to spend 18 to 20 bucks for a CD that has only one song they like and price of CDs increases within a few months Someone may hear a good song and in an album then go buy the CD and not like the other songs on it Nobody wants to pay outrageous amount just for a good song on a bad CD Some feel that buying the whole album is not worth the money as the prices have recently increased within the past few months Furthermore not many teenagers have a monthly income to buy all albums they want So increasing album price only encourages file-sharers share more music often than before According to the last year report of Recording Industry Association of America RIAA 83 of teenagers download music regularly It is not weird if we know that people who never download file make up only 39 of music sales That is true If we just go to the stores in our locations we just know what kind of music those stores have only But if we use file-sharing programs we will know more singers and music bands How do people in other countries know Linkin Park or Eminem if their stores do not sale album of those singers or bands Thanks to Kazaa and Napster Downloading music and sharing file are not the thieves I have my own music my own files and I have right to share it to my friend You
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