• Napster Music File
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    The program, and later company, named Napster, has brought about a historical debate concerning copyright law and the Internet. Napster's is a free Internet music file-sharing program that allows users to quickly and easily swap files with one another directly, without the use of a centralized file server. Its software aims to make finding MP 3 files easier on the Internet. No files are actually hosted on Napster servers as Napster provides access to music files on others' computers. This system...
  • Stop Stealing Songs Eighty Millions
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    Have you dreamed that you could get your favorite artist fs songs such as Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones, and Beatles without any payment The dream has come true: Napster, an online music sharing soft. It enables its users to download music files through the Internet, which means that as long as one music lover has a computer and connection to the Internet, the music lover can get popular songs, classical music, and even national anthems. One CD costs about fifteen dollars, but Napster does not re...
  • Audio Files Music Napster Internet
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    MP 3 PIRACY The trading of MP 3's or digital music over the Internet is always going to be a prevalent part of the music industry, and is an unrealistic goal to try to control. The cost of controlling the piracy issues over the Internet would cost record companies more money than what they are losing due to MP 3 trading. The record industry is trying to fight the major sites and companies in court with copyright suits. Although downloading music over the Internet and playing it back on computer ...
  • To Download Or Not To Download Revised
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    The Internet is an extremely useful resource. Using it, one can obtain information on nearly any topic. A relatively new item of Internet technology for sharing music has emerged and brought with it, countless legal debates: Napster. Napster allows people to share music files, discover new artists, and become part of the online-music community. Although Napster's opponents argue that sharing music files is immoral and should cease immediately, the positive elements that Napster brings to the Int...
  • File Sharing Music Riaa Album
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    Author? s Note: This was originally an informative speech and was some portions were edited for time purposes, so some modifications may be required. If you? re using this as a speech, it will be around eight minutes long. Word Count: 1, 054 Introduction Most people have an idea of what file sharing is, but they? re not exactly sure why it? s such a big deal. Some of them may even be aware of the fact that file sharing is punishable by law and carries a fine of up to and including $20, 000. Sinc...
  • Oct 2000 Napster Music Program
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    The Internet is an extremely useful resource to obtain information on just about any topic. A relatively new feature of the World Wide Web is the technology for the sharing of music in MP 3 format. A popular site to download "free" music is called Napster. This program allows people to share music files, discover new artists, and become part of the music community. Although Napster is controversial, the program should still remain accessible to Internet users and music lovers. Marc Geiger, a sup...