Hi all,
This topic is also off topic. Raul asked you guys last Friday to start getting back on topic. So please close this topic, and let's get back to gaming.


Thanks.

Ryan Strunk wrote:
Charles,

It is only legal to copy an audio cassette, CD, etcetera if you make only
one copy, and only if that copy is created for your use. If you have a
cassette you want to convert to CD to preserve it longer, that's perfectly
legal. If, however, you copy a cassette or CD for someone else, you are
breaking the law.

Just because a thing is easy or widely done doesn't make it legal.


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