This pits the RIAA against itself in a sense. In MGM vs. Grokster, the RIAA said this type of ripping was fine. On their own website, the RIAA says "burning a copy of CD onto a CD-R, or transferring a copy onto your computer hard drive or your portable music player, won’t usually raise concerns so long as: 'The copy is made from an authorized original CD that you legitimately own.'
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