In a move intended to quiet speculation about the file
sharing program's fate, Napster and German media giant
Bertelsmann unveiled their plan to create a legal, non-infringing
version of Napster on Friday.
proposed changes are almost guaranteed to make the next
generation of the program virtually unrecognizable from
the software which has caused a worldwide sensation
over the last year, although the parties involved insist
the changes will be almost undetectable for the average
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