Students Protest Penn State's Napster Deal

Pennsylvania State University plans to cover the cost of providing its students with the new subscription-based version of Napster. The new service is a legal alternative to unauthorized file-sharing. Some students say the plan is a misuse of university funds. Joel Rose of member station WHYY reports.

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