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A Xt3 Member asked at 3:26pm on May 15th 2018
An administrator Laura Cain edited this question at 4:31pm on May 21st 2018
I asked a similar question before about this and you said it was alright to watch pirated material if there was no legal way to buy it/view it. I was wondering what is someone was seeling a disk on amazon? It isn't the company selling the disk but someone who owns it. Should I buy it from them? I don't know if they have a legal cd or not I just found it on amazon. Or should I watch it on the pirated webstie?

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Hi Destiny, I've no idea how or whether Amazon checks whether a disk on sale on their website is stolen or not. Now and then I've ordered books from small bookshops via Amazon and have never worried whether or not the bookshop or seller had their wares honestly or not. I'd take it for granted that a CD on sale via Amazon was honestly owned by the seller. Basically life's too short to be worried about checking all these details, unless you had clear information that this or that seller was a crook. Very best, Fr Brendan
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