Theft update and an apology

I am opting for home insurance soon, however, will a policy cover all the music i have on my NAS from ripped CD's? I will find out when i enquire tomorrow. However, a lot of the ripped music comes from my local library. If/When I start to download hires files i guess that will change!

djh1697 posted:

I am opting for home insurance soon, however, will a policy cover all the music i have on my NAS from ripped CD's? I will find out when i enquire tomorrow. However, a lot of the ripped music comes from my local library. If/When I start to download hires files i guess that will change!

Not wanting to drag this off topic but as HH has alluded to, you / we are not allowed to rip store and save music from for example a public library, it is unlawful. Currently its moot whether or not we can even rip/store and save music from our own CDs and media that we have purchased and that remain in our own possession! If you wish to stay on the right side of this *legality* you might do well to consider deleting all and any music that you have unlawfully ripped from the public library. 

djh1697 posted:

I am opting for home insurance soon, however, will a policy cover all the music i have on my NAS from ripped CD's? I will find out when i enquire tomorrow. However, a lot of the ripped music comes from my local library. If/When I start to download hires files i guess that will change!

Several of the insurers I looked out specifically mentioned doenloaded music, videos and software, with limits. All said something to the effect of legitimately downloaded, and I guess might require proof of some sort.

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