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Intro I can still picture those long lines and high prices of the latest CD This has now become just another one of my childhood memories No more lines or handing someone else my twenty-dollar bill We can get our music for free now This has been called one of the best inventions of the century Many people including myself spend hours on top of hours downloading all those hard to get songs Finally the consumers are the ones in control Summary Shawn fanning a nineteen-year-old multi million dollar dropout had the same dream as many Americans had One day he awoke and didnt go back to sleep until his task was completed What was his task To create a software program where people could share their music for free This technology is called peer-to-peer file sharing and its the biggest thing to hit the Internet since the Internet Money and lawsuits are now rolling into Shawns pockets like water Record companies have been working feverishly day and night to try and put a stop to this fad Companies realized how much this would affect their profits Buyers could pay 1899 plus tax for a CD or just spend twenty minutes online for free As of yet no one has been able to stop Napster Even though some court cases are still in judgment it doesnt look to good for the record companies This has knocked record companies on their feet Napster is going to stay running for now Response Napster One word that is known by people of middle class lower class old young black white nearly any classification What would a car be like without a stereo Can you imagine Music is very important to people just like their money So why waste your money when you dont have to Napster while being praised by buyers hated by artists and loved by Internet geeks has done wonders to
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