July 2002
Mix;Jul2002, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p18
Reports on developments concerning the U.S. sound recording industry posted at various Web sites as of July 2002. Resignation of Napster Inc. chief executive officer Konrad Hilbers; Comments of Commerce Department Undersecretary James Rogan on the government's plans to embed copy-protection technology in software and consumer electronics.


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