Record company executives say there are three kinds of music fans. There are those who buy music, and those who get a kick out of never paying for it. And then there are those whom Rob Wells at Universal Music Group calls "dinner party pirates": the vast majority of listeners, those who copy music illegally because it is more convenient than buying it, The New York Times reports. If those low-level copyright cheats could be converted to using legal music services, the digital music business would get much-needed help. Yet even industry executives acknowledge that until recently, they were not...

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