You've seen what you owe the RIAA. Now let's see what you owe God.
We'll take this commandment by commandment:
Fill in the blanks and hit "Calculate"
Okay. The first thing you'll have noticed: This entire thing is wildly, wildly inaccurate. It's not right - it's probably not even wrong, because there is absolutely no way anybody will ever get close to figuring out a legal, scientific, objective definition of a sin, so the question "How many sins have I committed?" is meaningless.
Second thing. The weighting for sins is all wrong - that is, there isn't a weighting for sins. Ogling a new television is 1 sin. Murdering your brother is also 1 sin. The latter is far, far more grave, and the former is an example of thoughtcrime - a type of sin which actually does not harm anybody and shouldn't be counted as a sin at all. (Certainly there are no examples of thoughtcrime being an actual crime in any reasonably free country.) But they apparently count equally. So even if "sin" could be accurately defined, the number of sins committed is all but irrelevant without considering the magnitude of each sin individually. The only practical alternative is to simply cut through all the confusion and work on a binary system: Either you've sinned, or you haven't. And for this totalizer, at least, "haven't" is impossible. I know, I coded it. So why bother counting at all?
Fourthly. What about other religions?! Why chose Bible over the Torah, the Qur'an and so on? Every other religion worth speaking of has some concept of wrongdoing and most of them have systems in place for dealing with wrongdoing. Why not list those? (Actual answer: I'm more familiar with the subject matter. If anybody wants to code up the Islamic equivalent to a Sin Calculator I would take great pleasure in linking to it.)
And there's more, lots more. But I won't discuss it here.