My question is, what are the legal implications of international radio. That is, allofmp3 still sells and transfers music to people living all over the world. If the same radio restrictions don't exist in other countries, then it's a matter of hosting the servers in a different country and working around the legal system. I don't support this in some areas, but when it comes to pure greed situations like this, then yes I support using the Internets to bypass the insanity and reach a reasonable solution.
Hopefully Canada sees a big influx of up and coming radio DJs, we'll instantly become the coolest country in the world! Ok, maybe not as cool as Japan, but close.