MIT music library service unplugged by Vivendi Universal

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The student-designed music service at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that was designed to let students play songs on demand without running afoul of the labels and music…

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Damn these comapnies suck!. This service is basically a request driven radio. It was done to help crub piracy but the greedy VU cant see past the possible profits.
[edited by Crabbyappleton on 02.11.2003 01:27]

According to the RIAA your the only person that is legally allowed to listen to your copy of your music, and you are not allowed to make another copy.

No the only person allowed to listen to the music is the original artist, everyone else must (and in some cases should) put their fingers in their ears! :slight_smile: