The fight over music piracy has become increasingly brutal in recent months, with heated debate turning to outright culture-clash. A large segment of the population would readily agree that pirated music is stolen music, because that's what they've read in the newspapers. Arguably, many of these law-abiding citizens don't own (or often use) a computer, much less a digital copy of a song. Yet they make claims and argue points just as the RIAA's lawyers do in court, daily. Eight rebuttals to such arguments, after the jump.