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Some bootlegs consist of works-in-progress or discarded material without the artist's involvement, and sometimes against his or her will; these might be made from master recordings stolen or copied from a recording studio or a record label's offices, or from demo recordings.
Bootlegging is often incorrectly referred to as piracy but there are important differences between the two terms.
Bootlegging is trafficking in recordings that the record companies have not commercially released and may or may not be legal.
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