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Canada Computes: GNapster - Open Source 'Thievery'

Oct 16, 2000, 17:17 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Coe)

"Napster is the tool of the devil. It must be. At least, the Recording Industry Association of America implies it is."

"Millions of people regularly use Napster to defraud fat-cat record executives of their illgotten gains, generated by signing lucrative bands to contracts that pay about three cents per $16 CD sale and raking in the rest for themselves..."

"...This is a very nice client. Once you've run it and set the preferences, away you go. Your best bet is to choose "Browse OPENNap Servers" and choose to refresh the list of servers. In earlier versions, this feature appeared to be broken, but it works fine now."

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