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Stream music on-demand, download music for offline playback, and create playlists of your favorite songs. To support the creative, vibrant musician community, Napster charges a monthly fee. We love artists!!

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CNN -- Should downloading music off the Internet be legal? Is it morally correct? CNN's Richard Quest asked for your views.

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Figures scrawled on a whiteboard told how many people around the world had installed their file-sharing application and were using it to download music from each other's computers. As recounted in Downloaded — a documentary soon to premiere at the SXSW film festivaltelling the story of a piece of software that came and went and whipped up a new digital music industry in its slip — Napster had 20 million users at the time. Some way from San Mateo, in suburban London I had just become one myself.

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The path to the courtroom began in Junewhen college dropout Shawn Fanning and teenage hacker Sean Parker launched a program whose moniker came from the former's childhood nickname. Napster's original aim was to create "a way for people to search for files and talk to each other," Newsweek reported in However, the expansion of high-speed internet, particularly on college campuses, made the program the perfect solution for students eager to search for and download mp3s. Finding rare or even common songs became as easy as typing in a band name or a song title in a search bar.

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Teenagers are to be offered pay-as-you-go credit cards to allow them to buy music from one of the main online music retailers. Download site Napster is launching a range of pay-as-you-go cards in a bid to encourage unders used to paying for their mobile phone calls in a similar way to start using the service. Buying tracks one at a time on Napster cost 99p.

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TNW uses cookies to personalize content and ads to make our site easier for you to use. What was particularly interesting back then was the wide range of ingenious methods people used to share tunes. Back in the day, people went beyond simply hosting music on public-facing websites, and instead, found ways to send and receive tracks directly with other internet users.

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Shawn Fanning, a programmer, and Sean Parker began Napster while in school. Their creation — a network by which home music databases could be exchanged online — caught on and spread at a phenomenal rate. Eventually, the Recording Industry Association of Americaterrified of these upstarts, sued for copyright infringement, as did unlikely allies like the rapper Dr.

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Fifteen years ago, a new file-sharing technology called Napster provided college students and adults alike with a novel way of engaging with both the Internet and popular music. In this paper, we examine how the media framed Napster for an audience that largely was not Internet savvy at a time when listening to music was still tied to physical media. We conducted a textual analysis of stories regarding Napster appearing in both the specialized music press and the general mainstream media. We found that the mainstream media devoted considerable coverage to Napster and the file-sharing issues surrounding it while the music press barely mentioned the technology.

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By Mary Madden. At the ripe old age of ten, the current incarnation of the Napster music service scarcely resembles its former bawdy self. If the original Napster was a loud, raucous garage band made up of drunken college students, the present offering is what happens when the band sobers up, signs to a major label, and starts house hunting.

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Overcoming shyness, surviving to 16 and doing well in school are what our essay contest winners are most proud of. Howard, 14, learned that Koreans have mixed emotions about re-uniting the North and South Korea after nearly 50 years. As artists sue to keep their music from being given away for free on the Internet, teens must decide whether to continue downloading their stolen songs.

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