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In order to find out why problem arouse in music industry around the Napster we need to find out what is Napster Napster is a database program that located on a computer server in San Mateo CA Napster community have more than 38 million users Each of these 38 million users include in their computers variety of songs in MP3 format The songs range from every musical type from classical to rap Consumers use compact discs to make their own MP3 files and then add them to their shared music profile in their Napster software Again Napster does not hold the copyrighted material on their servers it is stored on the computer of users The people are controlling what music they share among each other Napster has a disclaimer on its transfer page warning people not to break copyright laws Napster also has the right to prevent anyone from using their database service if they are found to have broken the copyright laws I believe that people should be able to download music off Napster because its just like the VCR radio and tape it is a good way to promote music and a way for new artists to be heard According to David Grohl napstercom its the same as turning on the radio You listen to different songs except you choose which ones you want to listen to If they shut down Napster will they shut down the radio Youre doing the same thing on Napster that you would do at the concert Its just more suitable to do it in your own home Why would artists want to ban Napster when it promotes their music Napster could help people hear your new songs and if they like them youll make money and become famous In addition according to Madonna Napster could be a great way for people to hear your music who wouldnt have the chance to hear it on the radio
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