The greedy cats are out of the traps already, it should be illegal?
Indeed it's not surprising sir, but I would think it's nothing short of white collar crime (so to speak).Not surprising at all.
I'm waiting for it to simmer down enough for a record company to release his "final album" for the low low price of $xx.xx$
All this stuff is seen by the record companies as free advertising.
I haven't checked eBay but I can just imagine the antics that are going on there?It's funny you mention torrents sir. I got curious and had a peek at two major torrent trackers. One public, one private. The rate of downloads for his stuff is huge at the moment.
White-collar crime is a very good way to put it. How can someone can take a tragedy like this and turn it into a pay-day; and still manage to sleep at night is all but beyond what my mind can conceive.
That fairly sums it up ferg, anything goes now doesn't it?The worst part is that this kind of behavior has become socially acceptable. Just look how far we have come - :(