Teens Don’t Buy Legit MP3s Because They Can’t?

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 3:53 pm

According to a recent study, 13-17 year olds are both the most likely to pirate music, and also the most likely to own a portable MP3 player. Yet, as this article goes on to say, the lack of credit card ownership prevents teens from buying music online. The author maintains that since regular record shops don’t sell MP3s, or gift cards to places that do sell MP3s, its practically impossible for teens to buy legit MP3s on their own.

Source: Slashdot


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