Mar 19 2012, 1:26pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
One of the first peer-to-peer file sharing networks online was Napster. Years ago that was the place to go online if you want to swipe music without paying for it or share other files. Many people used Napster in the days before Hollywood and the music industry were crying foul over piracy and suing anyone they thought might have anything to do downloading music.
Napster founders Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning talked a bit about Napster at SXSW in Austin, Texas and hardly mentioned the new venture many expected and talk about the show called Airtime. The duo spent more time talking about how the old and dead Napster is better than Spotify and other current music offerings.
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