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I can't imagine these types of programs going away, because there's really nothing illegal about providing a means to share information. When all the legislation fails to destroy Kazaa, I wouldn't be surprised if the record companies start putting files up that damage computers when they are downloaded. This would result in some weird lawsuits, but I know at least one senator thinks it is a good idea. Hopefully, it won't come to this.

Carl

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I read last week where the RIAA was going to start searching the internet for sites that offer MP3's for download and start taking legal action against them.

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That's true, IM. It would be more than a full-time job tracking these sites and taking legal action against them or at least sending them emails threatening to do so. I believe it's really more of a bluff to try and decrease the number of sites. I'm sure sites will come and go, but they will always be there.

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I will always miss Napster. Kazaa was the only thing that came close to its greatness, but it sort of sucks now. The one I use (or used until my dad disallowed it because he was claiming it installed spyware on our computer that was already there) is Ares. It is pretty nice. They have a lot of songs on there, and it is well organized. I would reccomend to anyone looking for a new shareware program.

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