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But that was probably because Napster issued its summons only a week before the hearings.
In an expected but nonetheless crucial ruling in the battle over copyright law on the Internet, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Los Angeles has determined that Napster.
In May 1999 Napster founder Shawn Fanning, above, released software that made it easy for computer users to find and trade songs they had stored as MP3 files.
Designed for a "lean-back" listening experience, the Napster app is perfect for music listening while hosting a party, relaxing with family or even just unwinding at the end of the day.
Now, Rhapsody's Napster division and SFR, France's second largest mobile operator, are bringing this radio service to Europe for the first time.
As Napster and Yahoo vie for more subscribers, Virgin Records and Universal are focusing their efforts on attracting a bigger audience.
A Napster spokeswoman said the company had closed its doors and terminated all but a few of its remaining 42 staff as it prepared to go into liquidation.
The original Napster crisis was instructive: While music companies dithered about how best to distribute their intellectual property to consumers over the Internet, an entrepreneurial programmer named Shawn Fanning created a networked system for trading music online.
To stay alive, Napster plans to become a pay service this summer, with fees going to the record companies.
As a service that makes the swapping of copyrighted material effortless, Napster clearly must share some of the blame for the misuse of intellectual property.
LOS ANGELES -- Napster, the pioneer of digital music, today announced that Samsung televisions with Internet@TV now support the Napster TV widget, which provides access to the Napster subscription music service.
Now available in 32 countries, Rhapsody and Napster are among fastest growing global streaming music services
BEVERLY HILLS - Digital music provider Napster Inc.