Digital Music Spoofs Posted Online to Fight Music Piracy

Numerous amounts of "spoof" files have been anonymously posted to the hugely popular sites where music fans traded songs online. Spoofs are usually only repetitive loops or snippets filled with crackle and hiss, and thousands are now unwittingly downloaded everyday from file-sharing services that became operating after Napster's temporal shut down . The identity of the poster of this material and whether or not this tactic is legal is still a question.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What other measures have been discussed to prevent online music trading?
What legislation has been proposed to deal with the problem of peer to peer filing sharing?


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