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In the controversy against Napster many supporters fight to keep their freedom alive This case is about whether the plaintiffs can use their control of music copyrights to achieve control over Napsters decentralized technology and prevent it from transforming the Internet in ways that might undermine their present chokehold on music promotion and distribution This small state of affairs has caused a huge clash in the way the people of the United States feel about their freedom of free music I believe that mp3s and Napster have been a gateway for introducing unknown bands and spreading overpopulated songs to the ones who cannot buy CDs or even get a CD player Napster is a device that shares not steals Supporting Napster is probably one of the best things a person can do because we are fighting for the right of the freedom of free music There are so many bands out there that no one has even heard of These bands have very few ways of making them stand out above the crowd But how can they do this without lots of money and tons of publicity Using Napster to spread their music is a great approach to grab the attention of many Once they have an mp3 out on Napster it is just one click away before several thousand users can enjoy the music of the unknown It is true that there are several other methods that these bands could use to introduce themselves to the world but why not start using a free service that millions have access toYou know that feeling when you hear a boy-band pop song being played over and over and over again and it makes your face just cringe Well if you think about it there are little girls even boys out there just dying to play it over and over in their house but they cant because either they cant afford it or they dont have access
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