Friday, April 20

World 2000 music sales sag as free Web sites bite according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). I don't trust their data without confirmation.

While Napster is now facing an increasingly gloomy future after being ordered by a U.S. court to filter out copyrighted songs, the IFPI was confident legitimate music companies would eventually move in to fill the gap.

Sure, if you call moneygrubbing monopolists legitimate.
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