Computers are a major part of entertainment, whether it's viewed a laptop or desktop. Certain types of entertainment, like music, is available for purchase usually for .99 cents on iTunes. Some people argue that it's a good amount and others beg to differ. Those other people are usually illegally downloading music and they don't realize how much it changes music. According to The RIAA reports they say that "music sales in the United States have dropped 47 percent since Napster first debuted in 1999 and 30 billion songs were illegally downloaded between 2004 and 2009." This means that these singers and song producers are getting laid off because of this. Also "The RIAA reveals that more than 71,000 jobs have been lost as a result of illegally downloading music." Now that's a lot of jobs being lost and for the most part we can't stop people from illegally downloading music, but there are other punishments if you are caught. Did you know you can go to jail for illegaly downloading music and get fines up to $250,000. Now-a-days theres alot more ways for you to get caught and alot more ways to illegally donwload music. The good and bad part is that technology fuels both sides and it will most likely never end, it will just keep cycling.