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From the publics point of view we think Napster should be able to offer a service to the public that lets us copy music for free Unlike mp3com Napster doesnt profit from offering this service to the public In mp3coms case by making us pay a fee mp3com in return should also pay a fee to the licensed owner of the music We feel that this would be fair to us and to the record companies The record companies should also receive a share of the profits If Internet companies are profiting from the music then the owners of the music and the bands should also profit too The bands should get royalty checks from the record companies based on the percentage of the fees and how many times their music has been downloadedThe record companies are being denied their share of the profits from this new music phenomenon Just because something is on the Internet doesnt justify ignoring the rules and regulations that a land based company have to follow This idea of offering free music to the public by a click of a mouse goes against every thing that the United States represents If it werent for copyrights there would be no chances for the average person to receive the credit that heshe deserves People would be stealing one anothers work and the more powerful would be credited for the idea The record companies should have sole power and say on where the music is to be sold and how much it should cost We propose to help and support these Internet companies to convert their sites to an online music store and then they could sell our music for an agreed price This way everyone is profiting from this new age technologyLooking at this from the viewpoint of struggling musicians we feel that all of this free exposure is a blessing If the public doesnt here our music then the record companies
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