The BBC News website is running an interview with Brad Duea, president of online music service Napster. The last several years have seen many changes happening to the way we obtain, buy and listen to music. There has been (apparently) a huge upturn in online piracy, as well as falling sales of CDs and the rise of devices like the iPod. What is Brad Duea's take on all this? You will have to read the article to find out.
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