View Full Version : music industry goes after napster clones
we know they can't stop file trading...but they are suing kazaa, morpheus, et al
10-03-2001, 08:36 PM
yea i heard about that, it's on slashdot... in any case as long as we have gnutella and dorm shares... we are all good
10-03-2001, 08:46 PM
I like Kazaa. I recently found out about on my trip to Connecticut/New York/New Jersey. I hope it stays around. It's awesome!
10-03-2001, 08:48 PM
I like Kazaa too. Especially when I needed a full version of dreamweaver for a project for class. ;)
10-03-2001, 08:49 PM
I like Morpheus and Aimster you can find everything there
10-03-2001, 11:21 PM
i don't have enought bandwidth for either.....:bawl:
Morpheus is incredibly awesome (it's just a rename Kazaa). I really hope it doesn't go down. Although, we all know another one will pop out.
I've personally only used morpheus and gnutella (well that was before i installed das router) now i use morp for all my d/ls....
right jenny?? ;P
10-04-2001, 05:36 AM
I don't know why they're doing this. There will always be a method to trade music online. Perhaps if they didn't spend so much money on lawyers they could lower the price of music; more people would buy CDs.
10-04-2001, 05:47 AM
i agree with topane... i really don't want to pay like 16 bucks a CD, make it 10 and i'll start buying cd's again
10-04-2001, 06:15 AM
Email from Hilary Rosen (head of RIAA):
I'm wondering what "1. Spoofing and/or interdiction methods for existing peer to peers " exactly means. Looks like she wants the RIAA to do a little haX0ring...
10-04-2001, 06:32 AM
everyone go email her:
From: Hilary Rosen <[email protected]
Subject: Peer to Peer Services
10-04-2001, 06:34 AM
Wouldn't it be amazing if we would be in the midst of a full-fledged recession and the only industry making money would be the record companies?
Personally, I think that the patriotic thing that the record companies should do is reduce the price of CD's to $5.00
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