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Question on Music Match in iCloud

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#1 falcore91


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Posted 11 October 2011 - 07:12 PM

Since hearing about Apple's music match service for iCloud, where they will scan your library for non iTunes purchased songs and either allow you to download from their library on your other devices, I have been curious about one point. What does this mean for those with illegally acquired music in their libraries? Is Apple secretly collecting evidence to launch a great copyright violation suit against millions of users? Is this in fact a way for record labels to collect on illegal music (via the $25 annual fee implemented by Apple)? What's the scoop on this?
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