Monday, February 21, 2005

Napster hack leads to free downloads | CNET News.com

Napster hack leads to free downloads | CNET News.com: "It's like the old Napster all over again: all the music you want for free, as long as you're willing to get a little geeky.
Blogs were buzzing Tuesday about the resurgence of an old technique for recording music on a computer, reapplied to Napster's all-you-can-eat subscription music plan. Using software freely available from America Online's Winamp division, it's possible to turn Napster's copy-protected downloads into unprotected files that can be burned by the hundreds or even thousands freely to CDs. "

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