December 11 2006


Luis over at BlogD has this story the other day. It seems that in a recent interview that Edgar Bronfman, head of the Warner Music Group admitted, while not admitting, that he felt his children had illegally downloaded music.

“I explained to them what I believe is right, that the principle is that stealing music is stealing music. Frankly, right is right and wrong is wrong, particularly when a parent is talking to a child. A bright line around moral responsibility is very important. I can assure you they no longer do that.”

Great, but what did he do to them?

“I think I’ll keep that within the family.”

Oh…well…I mean, as long as he had a talk with them, I am sure the RIAA, who famously go after people who have never even downloaded a song, will leave them alone. I mean, their dad TALKED with them.

I would love to go on about this, but I feel I would come dangerously close to plagiarizing what Luis said. So please, go read his thoughts on this and know that I agree with him 110% on this.

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