Cablevision Takes Aim at Napster’s Successors
Napster is dead, and now 20 of its successors could bring trouble. Cablevision’s high-speed Internet service, Optimum Online, has warned its customers that uploading files using baby Napsters could violate the terms of service.
Optimum Online’s warning emphasizes that Napster’s successors strain its network. But, without even mentioning the word “copyright,” the advisory also satisifies the recording industry’s growing concerns about copyright infringement.
You can read the entire article at Newsday.com.
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