That sound you heard last night was Napster fans burning the midnight oil in anticipation of the site's imminent and potentially permament dismemberment. A federal judge on Wednesday ruled in favor of the recording industry, agreeing that the popular song-swapping service was guilty of copyright infringement. At midnight Friday, the site will cease allowing its 20 million users to trade copyrighted music. Napster plans to appeal.
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