Yeah - Let me re-re-review my agreement with iTunes and Apple - and see where it is illegal for me to purchase music from them, download it to my computer, and save it to three or four iPods that I own.
Why have we lost common sense? When new record albums were released, I never dreamed of recording them to cassette and giving away copies to friends. But today, some people believe that everything should be free and freely disseminated.
Sorry. Guess I'm from the old school. Where when I purchase my albums and enjoy them and make one archival copy for personal use. And where I believe it is wrong to post the music I have purchased on the Internet for any and all to download with no fees being paid to the legal creator and/or the artist's chosen distributor for their works.
One should start with the laws pertinent to the jurisdiction involved with the case we're discussing. Then study the Berne Convention. And if you do not know how to use a Web site as informative as the EFF's - then I really wonder why you're participating here.
Check out the law - and take a look at the EFF.org site - before you spout misinformation regarding existing copyright laws. Get educated - it's our responsibility as participants in forums like these.