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One of the greatest controversies in todays society is control over the internet Many large companies design software with intents for people to purchase and use respectively Hackers are finding ways to crack the encryption on this software and post it across the internet for any body to download and use for free Certain people believe that this is stealing and people should be punished My personal opinion is that it is wrong for people to display this software across the internet for everybody to obtain but then again is it right for certain corporations to design software with intentions that it will be out dated and better technology will come out later on One example that I can think of would be Microsoft they design Windows operating system and many other popular software titles In 1998 they launched Windows 98 GUI Operating System This system was fond to have numerous amounts of bugs and problems enough bugs that they had to make a second edition to fix these problems When they launched the second edition they charged people for it Now all those people that bought Windows 98 now have to go out and buy Windows 98 SE When I find out about incidents like this it makes me feel that maybe they deserve to have their software stolen and distributed feely Another big controversy is MP3s An MP3 is a music file which can be downloaded from the internet to your pc and then converted to CD-A format and burned on to a CD which can be played anywhere and sound just as good as a CD that you would buy from the store The big controversy today is a program called Napster Napster is a file sharing software that allows users to post their MP3 files and share them with anybody who has the Napster software To me this is harmless people are basically just sharing music and if anything this software
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