“The fact that this type of pirate site, without offering free downloads, can thrive despite charging users up to $45 a month, highlights that the claim often made: ‘we can’t compete with free so why try fighting piracy’ is no longer a reason to think you should just allow it to continue. ”
Ben Rush, CEOAudioLock.NET
Danny Coleman, Label Manager:
"This is an issue since we started. Especially certain tracks are used illegaly all the time"
Kead Wikead, DJ/Producer:
"The only freedom artist have is being able to create music and content that has an impact on their lives and lives of many other people in the world. Do not take away that freedom."
Greg Marshall, Electronic Music Trade Association :
"The issue of DJs sourcing tracks from pirate subscription download sites is a major problem which takes away vital income from artists and the electronic music supply chain of retailers, distributors, labels, publishers and artist managers. This initiative presents a new collective opportunity to disrupt piracy and prevent future loss of income. "
Adrian , :
"It hard times with streaming sites less people buy music how ever there is company's streaming music and artist are not being paid."