Colleges sign up for Napster music downloads
Music downloading is going legit on a number of college campuses. The company behind the new Napster says they've signed agreements with several colleges, including Cornell University, The George Washington University, Middlebury College, the University of Miami, The University of Southern California, and Wright State University. Students at the schools will be able listen to music on the Internet for a fee set by the university. But students would have pay 99 cents per song if they want to copy the music to their own CD's. Campuses have been a center of illegal music downloading, with their fast Internet connections and tech-savy students.
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