What would you like to do?
as of today it is Live While Were Young by One Direction......man thats some serious fandom
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Limewire is illegal and so are songs that are downloaded off the Internet so I suggest if you have dowloaded a song from the Internet, you should delete it but that's my opini…on.
Downloading songs is not illegal. However downloading songs that you have not purchased a license to download is.
i dont think it is
1. iTunes 2. YoutubeDownload RealPlayer basic playerDo a google search on "Youtube-mp3 converter free download" and then download it by following linksDrag your Youtube downlo…ads into where it says to drag themConvert them to mp3And wait for it to finish :) hope it helps
Well.................i dun think so cuz i also downloaded it(songs) so many tymes. i guess its not illegal cuz songs r meant 2 b downloaded n listen............... ..........….........................and..........................ENJOY
If you buy them, no, if you didn't buy them yes.
It depends on the source. iTunes routinely offers free tracks as advertising, and most military bands are able to offer free downloads of some of their recordings, but the vas…t majority of free downloads are not legal.
britney spears - telephone (2010) most illegally downloaded track of 2010.
No, artists get money for the music that you purchase on iTunes. It's perfectly legal.
Because it belongs to someone else ..
It is illegal if you didn't buy a license for downloading it.
Should? Depends on the perspective. Coming from the copyright holders perspective, one would say no, you shouldn't download songs illegally as it doesn't give the artists or… the recording companies their pay that they are entitled to upon creating and releasing the material. To the artists perspective, yes, you should, because it gets artistic material and knowledge of an artists existence. To the listeners perspective, yes, as it lets you build more music for less money and less effort, allowing one to enjoy a larger selection of music. Personally, I believe that one should download songs illegally, because although it kills the music industry, it saves music. It gets large pop acts out of the way to make room for independent artists and small, talented groups - who's work I buy.
Your computer/phone/device will be tracked down and they you'll be sent to juvinile/jail depending on your age
Because you're not paying for them. They cost money.
In most cases, yes. Some music is either not copyrighted or distributed permissively allowing you to copy it for free, but this is not usual.