Paraphrasing is more detailed than a summary, but you are still restating someone else's ideas in your own words.
However, you didn't originally come up with the main ideas that you've just written. Therefore, you still need to cite your source.
Here's an example of paraphrasing:
Source: Lendino, Jamie. 2014. "Why Music Should Not Be Free." PC Magazine 29. MAS Ultra - School Edition, EBSCOhost (accessed February 20, 2015).
From the article: "Just because people decided not to pay for music doesn't mean it lacks inherent value."
People can get music for free, but that doesn't mean that it has no worth (Lendino, 2014).