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RIAA, Napster tackle music-swapping debate

Napster attorney David Boies and recording industry head Hilary Rosen talk about the case against the music-swapping company and the future of online music.

 

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Napster attorney David Boies and recording industry head Hilary Rosen talk about the case against the music-swapping company and the future of online music.

"There will always be an innovation. If there's a code to crack, it will be cracked."

- Hilary Rosen, RIAA CEO

 


Napster lawyer turns antitrust savvy on RIAA
Q&A In an interview with CNET News.com, attorney David Boies talks about his work on the Napster Napster wildfire case and discusses how lessons learned from Microsoft can be applied to the record industry.

RIAA chief fights to keep copyright controls
Q&A CNET News.com sits down with Hilary Rosen to discuss her views on the Napster case and the future of online music.

previous coverage
Recording industry calls Napster defense "baseless"
In a final response to Napster before meeting in court later this month, the recording industry dismisses the start-up's legal defense of its music-swapping business as "patently baseless."

Napster: Downloading music for free is legal
The embattled online music-swapping company has a simple message for the courts and for the record industry: Downloading songs online without paying for them is legal.