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    2014 - British Phonographic Industry - UK

    In-text: (8,9)

    Your Bibliography: 1st ed. UK: British Phonographic Industry, 2014. Web. 9 Jan. 2015.

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    Strickland, J.

    Early Networks - HowStuffWorks


    The Internet is a global interconnection of computer networks; the World Wide Web is a way to navigate this massive network

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    Your Bibliography: Strickland, Jonathan. "Early Networks - Howstuffworks." HowStuffWorks. N.p., 2015. Web. 9 Jan. 2015.

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    Tyson, J.

    Piracy Issues - How the Old Napster Worked


    was that it was a big, automated way to copy copyrighted material. It is a fact that thousands of people were, through Napster, making thousands of copies of copyrighted songs, and neither the music industry nor the artists got any money in return for those copies. (This type of piracy is still happening now, through sites other than Napster.) This is why there was so much emotion around it. Many people loved Napster because they could get music for free instead of paying $15 for a CD.

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    Your Bibliography: Tyson, Jeff. "Piracy Issues - How The Old Napster Worked." HowStuffWorks. N.p., 2015. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.

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