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The Music Industry and its Foe the MP3 Perhaps no other decade in history has contributed as much to the growth of the music industry as the 1990s the digital decade One thing that fascinates me is the Internets power to innovate create and distribute new ideas to millions of people around the globe What am I talking about MP3s Although MP3 is not a new format it is the fastest growing file format on the Internet MP3s are music files that are converted from a normal CD audio file but in a lot smaller size which means that this digital compression system can squeezes a compact disc file down to a size that easily transmitted over the Internet Haring Audio tracks from CDs can be recoded on a hard drive or a CD and be played as any times without the quality fading You can download MP3 players for free on the web and now they are playable in handheld devices cars and elsewhere almost everywhere Consumers are going digital theyre also going online As with most new technologies the Internet doesnt just draw outside the lines of the music industry it offers the opportunity for revolutionary changes But even in this new digital world artists and record companies still have and deserve the right to protect their own music Many of the same laws apply in cyberspace such as copyright and new measures that were brought into in the last few years to address issues that could not have been identified Yet MP3s still cause a commotion in both the digital world and the present day The most apparent cause of this problem is the lag of legislation against the rapid rise of technology Furthermore most the record industry and the artists have brought in this problem by themselves by costly CDs and being greedy Also I will cover the controversial issue over copyrights laws and what brought it to be such a
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