Whenever I run across a good kid's CD (sometimes I merely borrow them) I burn as many copies as I need and keep them for nieces, nephews and friends. I pay only $10 for a box of 14 CD-Rs and get 14 gifts for .72 cents a piece. And the kids love to receive their own music.
By Kristi 32, ME
Isn't it illegal to copy? If not illegal, isn't it morally wrong?
That may be frugal, but it is also illegal.
Unfortunately, this is also called plagarism, copyright infringement, or in plain old-fashioned English, STEALING.
Burned CDs are freely distributed all over this country. Just like tapes were in the 80s. Am I to believe that the three posters here have never copied a record, tape or CD and given it to a friend? And never received one? Keep it up, its a great idea... maybe they'll throw half the country in jail for it but I doubt it.
Just don't charge for the CDs and you will be fine. Morally? Who knows, 99% of the population is probably guilty of enfringment on some level.
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