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File Sharing in the United States Lets take a trip to cyber space and learn the basics of downloading music files or as everybody else calls it file swapping Todays big supplier of peer to peer music files is KaZaA KaZaA is a peer to peer based to site meaning that people have bought CDs and uploaded them to their PC they copied the songs they paid for onto their computer and made it available for others to copy onto their computers for free KaZaA and Napster are two of the most popular websites for downloading free music Since Napster most popular of the two was shut down due to illegally downloading and uploading copy written material KaZaA has almost tripled in its number of users file swappers This sit has every type of music category and just about any artist and song you are looking for The only thing you have to do is type in what you are looking for The only thing you have to do is type in what you are looking for in the search box and click- go All of a sudden you will have hundreds of songs and artists listed on your screen Locate which one it is that you want and double click on it and just like that you are downloading your first music file Obviously if you needed me to explain what and how to download then you are probably like over fifty percent of Americans that just like you dont know downloading any kind of music files is illegal Downloading music files has been an ongoing music swapping fiasco for over ten years When downloading music files first became available many people were not aware of what it was People who worked in businesses knew only that a CD burner was to be used for saving data for work related purposes As years passed by college students were learning about downloading from other student
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