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I pay the artist in other ways.
As long as I support the artist in others way, like attending a live concert, where musicians make a greater share of the profits.
The challenge says nothing about the argument itself; that is, it does not show any aspect the the argument to be problematic.
Ok, maybe it's wrong, but it's not that big a deal.
Our system is the problem, not copyright in the general way you're portraying it.
But Everybody Does it!
There is normally no overriding moral reason to illegally download music and other files.
We have a problematic culture of over-protection of ideas.
Illegally downloading music and other files is the breaking of a contract.
Breaking contracts is morally wrong unless there's an overriding moral reason to do so.
It's not wrong to break contracts with rich artists or powerful production companies because it doesn't harm them.
We don't owe the rich and powerful the same moral respect (to not break contracts) that we normally owe others.
While it may be less wrong to rob from the rich than from the poor, it is still wrong. We still owe basic moral duties to rich people, no matter how much worse we feel when poor people are treated wrongly. Also, little harm doesn't equal no harm.
The supposed "contracts" involved in copyright are unfair, and unfair contracts are no contracts at all.