Spy ware. I tried to use kazaa, legally, but was never able to download any music from it. They even had me download a different version of it. Still no luck. During my regular run of spybot I came across a number of baddies that were tracked directly back to kazaa. I uninstalled it and chalked the money lost to a bad experience. As time goes by you'll surely get responses from other members.
The $20 version of kazaa has nothing to do with legality. Supposedly, its for buying a spyware-free version of the software. No matter what software you buy, its still illegal to pirate music, movies, and games. Sorry.
To dude189, thanks for the great link. I've seen other links like this but they all required broadband connections.
To bobbydrza, once you legally download music from Napster you can burn it to a cd without having to pay an additional fee. I use Musicmatch to burn my cd's. Musicmatch allows you to legally download music from their site for a fee as well but their catalog is not as large as Napster.
It costs 99 cents for each track that you download or $9.95 per album. There is no legal way around that. The days of downloading "free" music are over. If you try to do it illegally you'll pay the consequences when you get caught. "Welcome to OZ."
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