Ted has a business and plays a pandora in the background. Is he breaking the law? Leo says that technically, you need a license fee to play music in your business. ASCAP/BMI has secret shoppers that go around looking for this kind of thing and then sends businesses letters letting them know you're in violation and have to buy a license. Google ASCAP BMI, you'll find a page on what to do in order to play music. The fee is about $250 a year. There is a service called MUZAK that does just that. They handle all that, but you pay for the service. Also, check out SoundTrackYourBrand.com.
Al wants to install Windows on his second computer. Can he do that? Rich says that his license for Windows is only good for one computer. He could install it, but it won't activate. He'll have 30 days to use it, but then it will require a license key. So he'll have to bite the bullet and buy another copy of Windows.