Getting music for free, legally
Wed, 08 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
When music distribution turned digital it revolutionised the way we listened to and purchased music.
In fact many stopped buying it altogether, and stole it instead.
It’s estimated as many as 10 trillion songs are illegally downloaded every year - but now there's a way to access music digitally for free.
Here's Natasha Utting's guide to the music streaming service Spotify.
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10/08/2012 7:08:39 p.m.
Spotify may not charge you to listen to music,but you still pay for it by way of data cost which goes to your ISP so it is not free in the end
9/08/2012 4:06:54 p.m.
I whould just see what songs come up, then download them for free, using the meny meny free mp3 sites.
8/08/2012 8:45:02 p.m.
It's not really getting it for free, but rather streaming music for free. Bit like a personal radio station really.
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