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Napster

A web-based peer-to-peer networking system that allows users to access and share songs in an MP3 format. Napster was the subject of much controversy because it enabled people to download commercial music without payment. A number of American court rulings, which threatened to close Napster down, have seen it introduce software to filter out commercial music. Napster has indicated that it will include a payment system.

Nasdaq

Initial capital letter only. The Nasdaq Stock Market is the US stock exchange that specializes in technology companies. (Note that Nasdaq is no longer an acronym.)

navigation

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