The only solution I can think of (if there’s one) would be vinyl. And it is damn cool.
The Open Rights Group – a UK based group that works on digital rights and freedoms – said the study illustrated the sheer size of the market.
“We need a compelling ‘all you can eat’ music service to reduce illicit file sharing,” the groups executive director, Jim Killock, told the BBC.
“But [we need] to remember that extreme enforcement measures would probably be very unfair and make people angry.”
Not to speak of an entire generation that grew up not-used-to-pay-for-music.