Anderton Posted April 5, 2000 Share Posted April 5, 2000 In case you're not aware, Napster is a program that makes finding free MP3 files easier than ever. People who use Napster can access each other's hard drives and pull off files, with of course no regard for copyright or any of those legal niceties. But this begs a larger question: is the music business as we know it doomed? How do YOU feel about getting music without paying for it? What about secure downloads? This echoes the "home taping is killing music" argument that was made with cassettes, shortly before the record industry had its most profitable years ever. What do YOU think? Craig Anderton Educational site: http://www.craiganderton.org Music: http://www.youtube.com/thecraiganderton Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/craig_anderton Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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