RE: More Nap talk!!!!!! (my 2c worth)
Posted by: Big Dogster ()
Date: June 09, 2000 03:26AM

Richard Stewart wrote:
If the RIAA & Metalligreed get their way and the use of Napster is deemed illegal, then it may just force the mp3 community back the way it was before... with FTP sites, email sends, websites and standard search engines... (ie the way it was BEFORE Napster came along) - I used to find MP3s quite easily then and can't see a problem if it happens again...

If Napster is demmed illegal, I predict that Napster will have a slight UI change to accept a IP address at startup and that non-US, rogue Napster server sites will pop up, which will end-around any US court ruling. The server site address may have to keep changing, but the current site addresses will certainly be published in USENET news groups or bulletin boards. The worst case impact for Napster user is that they will have to get an easy to find IP address before logging into the rogue Napster servers.

Not only has the train left the station, it is totally out of sight.

all aboard,

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More Nap talk!!!!!! 341 Jack 06/08/2000 03:01AM
None if your options are really viable ... 312 Copious K9 06/08/2000 05:20AM
RE: None if your options are really viable ... 305 Jack 06/08/2000 05:49AM
RE: None if your options are really viable ... 322Surfpunk06/08/2000 06:05AM
RE: More Nap talk!!!!!! 301Surfpunk06/08/2000 05:58AM
UK sales and shit/Def Leppard.... 284 Jack 06/08/2000 06:23AM
The end of 'traditional' music retail outlets ... 289 Big Dogster 06/09/2000 03:52AM
RE: More Nap talk!!!!!! (my 2c worth) 279 Richard Stewart 06/08/2000 09:43PM
RE: More Nap talk!!!!!! (my 2c worth)312 Big Dogster 06/09/2000 03:26AM

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