April 3, 2001

Napster fans, music stars converge on Congress

Author: JT Smith

Several sites are reporting on today's hearing on digital musicThe Associated Press reports that Napster asked Congress on Tuesday to force
publishers to offer their "catalogues" online. (Hey, the story's on the CBC site.) "Legislators appeared to be starstruck by Henley and Morissette, who said artists' concerns have been
ignored during the past year's legal battles between recording labels and Internet companies." ABC News also reports on Henley's and Morissette's support of Napster.
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