In a message dated 5/15/09 10:37:03 AM, email@example.com
> I don't receive ARCs, but I do receive promotional music CDs, pretty much
> the equivalent. They are often stamped "Not for resale" or some such
> There is a moral dilemma here. What are you supposed to do with the things
> if you don't want them and they're taking up valuable space? Throw them
> out? I've never been able to bring myself to throw out a book or CD. Give
> them to Goodwill? At least you're not profiting that way, but you could
> conceivably be cheating the artist of royalties.
> I really have no idea.
> And I've got a big ol' stack of promotional CDs that I haven't figured out
> what to do with yet, so I am genuinely curious as to what people think the
> ethics of the situation are.
I get DVD screeners every winter around awards season. they're supposedly
traceable back to me if they're copied. I don't copy them, but I do lend
them to people I trust who want to save themselves the cost of a movie
ticket or two
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