I purchased a WSO last week - one of 3 in a niche I'm researching. The first was knock down great. The next one so so but didn't teach me much I didn't already know. The last one blew me away - not due to its greatness, but because it advocates using copyright infringement and stealing- basically music, album covers, images and videos. I couldn't believe what I was reading.
I ask a questions in the wso and instead of an answer in the forum got a PM, which basically reiterated how getting the music is legal - since one is recording just the sound from your sound card/speakers and not downloading a file its legal....
I tried communicating with the seller to see if I was maybe misunderstanding - but I honestly don't think so. Granted I'm not a lawyer, but this still sounds like theft/infringement rather than any sort of fair use.
I then opened a support ticket and got a response of basically thanks for pointing this out - but nothing else in the last few days. And this wso is still going strong.
What should I do - just turn my back and say caveat emptor? doens't seem right to me.
What else can I do - I either need some mentoring on how this is legal - or who else to escalate to to check into this.
Should I just post my warnings/concerns in the WSO since I've already engaged the owner and the support desk? Should I just turn my back and let it slide?
If I'm wrong cool- I'll learn a lesson. If not I just can't in good conscious let this continue.
suggestions are greatly appreciated