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March 03, 2005
Snocap and the return of Shawn Fanning
NY1's Adam Balkin explains that Napster's Shawn Fanning, once the "most hated man within the music industry establishment," is back with a legal peer-to-peer file-sharing system that's already a a big hit at the New York Digital Music Forum.
Fanning's new company, Snocap, is attempting to win over former detractors of Napster: "What we're trying to do is enable that vision
and enable that excitement and selection that Napster brought to the world, but do it in a place where people don't have to worry about getting sued; where they can get access to music and know when they download a track they know that it will bet the track they believe it was..."
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