The increasingly combative File-Sharing Wars have come to this: Record companies now assume you may have criminal intent whether you buy CDs honestly or not. Recent releases from the Foo Fighters, My Morning Jacket, Velvet Revolver, and the Backstreet Boys have placed new, unexpected limitations on your ability to rip, store, copy and burn music from legally acquired CDs. Essentially, these discs now insist on installing software onto your computer and limiting the number of copies you can burn, while also complicating the process of loading audio tracks onto some portable music players, including the iPod. Fans of legitimate download sites like iTunes have swallowed such limitations without much complaint, but CDs might be... More >>>