August 27, 2001

Campus music trades continue

Author: JT Smith

According to a report at Wired News, it's now easier than ever for college students to swap songs over the Internet and they can thank the court-ordered shutdown of Napster for this development. Citing (among other reasons) bandwidth issues, many colleges blocked student access to Napster but hundreds of new programs and services have sprouted in the wake of its closure. That, asserts the report, makes it impossible for admins to create individual firewalls to thwart each program.
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