Thursday, February 17, 2005
According to an article posted on Slashdot Napster's copy protection system has been hacked. This will allow Napster users, in theory, to create CDs containing millions of songs.

At some point the RIAA and its members need to wake up and realize they won't be able to stop things like this. They need to create other reasons for customers to overpay for their CDs, or just go with the flow and make their revenue in some other manner.

Oh by the way, even with all the so-called pirating occurring right now, CD sales increased by 2.3% last year.
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