Napster: Senate and 'teach-in'.

According to the Public Hearing offered by Alanis Morrisette and Don Henley, Napster and artists agree with the adoption of a compulsory license for online music. The diagram should be similar to the one adopted so far for radio broadcasts, that being clear and all-inclusive have always worked very well. Obviously Jack Valenti of the Motion Picture Association of America, Hilary Rosen and the RIAA, they have immediately challenged the idea of ​​a public measure such. Shortly before the 'Teach-In' organized by Napster nearby had also galvanized by Chuck D returned to the role of leader: "There is an ongoing division, without any doubt. Most lawyers do not understand what all the guys present here knows by heart. must fight for what is right. I invite all people to become active in this protest. "