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Sharing and Mp3's

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by Tekk415, Mar 6, 2005.

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    Hi-

    I looked and couldn't find anything on the subject so here it goes...

    I've seen alot of RIAA fake programs like MP3guard to tag and track your [bold]mp3[/bold] files, which is bullshit, but nonetheless it is what it is. My question is- I have converted every single mp3 I've ever downloaded into [bold].mp4[/bold], so lets say i run an RIAA infected program, does it still tag and track my .mp4 tags(AAC format) or is that format immune?

    I use iTunes for music/encoding/decoding(or whatever).

    With all this RIAA insecurity I feel unsafe with any .mp3 files anymore - so am I being paranoid or can this help at all?

    Thanks-
     
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    Anyone??
     

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