Really?! Police Raid 9-Year-Old Girl, Confiscate Winnie The Pooh Laptop. Guess why?
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[link to torrentfreak.com]Quoting: J-Honey
....Having failed in her quest to put enough money in her piggy bank to buy the latest album from local multi-platinum-selling songstress Chisu, in 2011 she turned to the Internet, first via Google and then The Pirate Bay.
The girl’s father said the resulting downloads didn’t work so the following day they went to the store to buy music. Nevertheless, this week’s police visit shows that CIAPC mean business, no matter how young the targets or whether or not they also buy music.
In concluding their search, the police confiscated the girl’s file-sharing weapon of choice – her Winnie The Pooh laptop – and according to her father offered some final words.
“It would have been easier for all concerned if you had paid the compensation,” the police advised
“I got the feeling that there had been people from the MAFIA demanding money at the door,” the girl’s father explained.
“At that point my jaw hit the floor and I wasn’t sure if I was awake or dreaming. So the investigator suggested, between the lines, that I empty my wallet and keep my family in hunger for the next two weeks so that they could get rid of the case? What the f––… is this how it goes? I could evade justice murder by skipping Christmas this year?”
“We have not done anything wrong with my daughter. If adults do not always know how to use a computer and the web, how can you assume that children or the elderly – or a 9-year-old girl – knows what they are doing at any given time online?
“This is the pinnacle of absurdity. I can see artists are in a position, but this requires education and information, not resource-consuming lawsuits,” he added....
Time to decide...if relying on professional entertainers for our music is going to bring the police to the door...maybe its time to say fuck the tinned tunes and make our own music like we used to.
When I was 9 I played the piano, French horn and played with a couple of other instruments. That's what we had instead of computers--marangos, a steel drum, recorders, a childs harp and xylophone.
And we sang. In chorus, in church (yes, the congregation sang, off tempo and out of tune but it was US, altogether, singing traditional hymns and carols) in Girl Scouts and at camp. I still remember such a great feeling sitting on a blanket by a lake at dusk in a floppy seventies hat singing rounds. The whole lake surrounded by Girl scouts, reflecting our voices. It was great.
We had commercial music too. We had the Beatles. But we heard them free on AM/FM radio.
Parents and others need to teach kids about folk music. Real, organic, natural, human music. That's a guy with a piano or guitar or mandolin and people singing traditional uncopyrighted public domain free music. Or making up its own.
We need to teach them to point and laugh when someone gets on stage to play "star" subjecting us to their narcissistic fantasies and vocalisation training.
We need real music, not Chisu or aging naked Madonna or people who are incorporate whome we play to sing FOR us.
Parents can start with Christmas carols. Remember caroling parties when the neighbors answered the door with cookies and spiced cider?
Or just folk music and singalongs?
Let's bring that back. Let's get our kids singing and entertaing themselves, expressing themselves, and making their own music.
Yes, I ranted. but I meant it.
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