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Music copyright is something that will always be in question Many people believe that music is for all to hear and should not be restricted on how we obtain it Napster is the greatest controversy in the United States at current Many musicians and people believe others should have free access to all music Music is an expression of feelings and it is an art And art is something that is there for others to observe whether it is by looking at it with their eyes or listening to it with their ears We can go into a museum and view a painting freely why should we not be allowed to listen to music freely although it is air over the radio Unrestricted access to music allows people to more readily know what music they prefer and appeals to them The program Napster allows people to find music listen to it and find out what artist sings a particular song and listen to it Then many of those people go out and purchase those CDs which makes money for those bands Free access to music allows knowledge of new bands to become more wide spread and can increase the circulation and popularity of a song and a band Napster creates an environment that allows people all over America to share their music with others This is no different from someone copying a CD for a friend so they can have it but no one can control that just because Napster it nationwide record companies want to control it niether record companies or the government should not determine how people get their music or find out about new music people should determine this for themselves Many recording artist state that they are losing money because of Internet programs such as Napster This statement made by the band Metallica states the feelings of many recording artist From day one our fight has always been to protect
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