The LA Times has an interesting article about the CD-swapping service Lala.com. One quote from fellow Phoster Ted Cohen got me confused however: '"This is a nudge-nudge, wink-wink way to get around the law," said Ted Cohen, senior vice president of digital development at EMI Music. "It makes it easier for people to copy CDs and steal music"' Since when are people stealing music if they make copies of CDs they own?