PIRACY speech notes

PIRACY speech notes - Introduction ATTENTION: "Now, Im not...

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Introduction ATTENTION: “Now, I’m not going to get up here on a soap box and preach to you about how you need to stop downloading music illegally. I’m not going to sit here and tell you that you should download as much as you can, and ‘stick it to the man’ either. What I’m here to do today, is to educate and inform you on the processes, penalties, and rewards of downloading. From the information you receive, I want you all to make your own educated decision on the matter.” BASIS: Downloading music is illegal and people need to know the consequences and advantages of doing so before making their decision whether to do so or not. THESIS: Everyone in the class is an adult, or soon will be, and they must make decisions for themselves. With proper education on piracy, the student will be able to make their own judgment on how they want to download music. PREVIEW: I will first talk about the statistics of downloading music. Second, I will talk about the difference between downloading legally and illegally and discuss the methods of doing so. For my third point, I will talk about the consequences and advantages of downloading music, for the user and the artist. Finally, I will talk about how the audience can go about downloading the way they wish, supporting or fighting piracy. Body
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course COM 102 taught by Professor Allspeechprof's during the Fall '07 term at Butler.

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