OpinionWe've got 4G, unlimited data plans and bigger storage capacity - it's time for FLAC to have its day.
CDs, DVDs, MP3s and live broadcasts can all be copied for your own personal use. You did know that was illegal, right?
During 2012 Brits spent more than £1 billion on downloads, now making up a quarter of the entertainment market.
The Official Charts Company has revealed that CDs still account for some 80 per cent of the music market, although digital album sales have now reached 10 million.
Consumers in Britain are highly confused about the laws on copyright, particularly those that relate to copying CDs onto a computer.
High-end AV manufacturer Linn has announced it is stopping production of its CD player range in 2010, favouring music streaming technology instead.
Sony has got into a spot of bother in Mexico after one of its best-selling artists ordered a raid on the company's offices over a batch of apparently unauthorised CDs.