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Robert X. Cringely has come up with a pretty interesting shit-disturbing music industry scheme he calls Son of Napster.

It’s a lengthy article with a lot of stock talk I don’t understand, but the general idea seems to be: someone starts a public company and buys all the CDs on the market. Then Brad comes along and buys one share in the company for $20, making me part owner of all of the CDs currently on the market. Under Fair Use, allegedly I should be legally entitled to copies of all of those CDs.

Clever idea. I’m not sure how possible it is, but I’d really like to see someone try it.

Posted on - July 25, 2003 [at] 4:55 pm by Brad
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Ryan on Snapster
May 12, 2004 at 11:08 am

i believe it is a really intelligent idea, if you are a partial owner of the company and that company owns all of those cd’s…then that makes you a partial owner of those cd’s..if you own those cd’s it is legall to copy your “own” cd’s for yourself therefore you are taking “your songs” from the internet on SNAPSTER and putting them in a different location like on your computer….I see it to be a completely legal action

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