Copyright Year Ender Napster may have been shut down, but copyright-owning industries are still trying to protect their products. NPR's Rick Karr reports on the new ways companies are finding to encrypt their products- and on the people who are trying to break the codes.
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Napster may have been shut down, but copyright-owning industries are still trying to protect their products. NPR's Rick Karr reports on the new ways companies are finding to encrypt their products- and on the people who are trying to break the codes.