Such a sweet page.
Scroll down, all the way down. To the section "What is suspicious". You'll see "incorrect spelling". Now scroll back up to "SID CODE". You'll see "CD's". Doesn't that make the whole page suspicious? ;-) (And yes, I am a spelling nazi. ;-)
Oh, and there's such sweet bias. "What is suspicious" has "no record label". Sure, if I were to publish my music myself, if I were to sell my, maybe even home-burned, CDs at my own gig... then this is suspicious. Yeah, right. Of course, what they're really going for here is that they are an extension of the (big) labels. Who do not really want you to self-publish. Either publish via them (and they get the lion's share) or not at all (so as to not be competition for their profitable acts).
And "low cost" is also suspicious. "Only if you pay an arm and a leg it's really good." Oh, go FOAD, recording industry of whereever.
On the word "piracy": I just use it because the web page I comment on uses it. And it's a well-established term. Not that the meaning is well-established, just the term is well-known. This list has a bit more on that. I agree. Though I'd add that there are (IMHO) pirates there too. Organizations that run illegal CD/DVD (Blu-ray?) manufacturing plants. Who actually make money from unauthorized duplication. And who may be even armed. I'd be then willing to call them pirates.
Hmm, veerer-offer on tangents, that's me. ;-)
Watching Bryan O's Google TechTalk on Mercurial on Google Video, I realized: this thing called me (yes, I've decided to switch to hg fully just this week, see http://hg.jaerhard.com). Yes, it did.
Why? The repository lives in .hg, and the command is hg. In short: it is write hg, but pronounced mercurial.
And I am hg! Henry George. Or George Henry. Now... a short trip down memory lane is in order (and a secret is spilled).
You see, when I started English in school, we all got given english names. Why? I have no idea. Me, I got "Henry". Hated it. It sounded so... boring. But that was years ago. Before there even was a "Henry Jones Jr." (yup, he's also known as Indiana). Before one Henry Rollins came to prominence.
So now, that's cool.
And George? Well... Jürgen is actually a form of George, so there.
So this is why I had to come to Mercurial. :D