After all, the company’s headline grabbing battle with the recording industry is winding down. And four months ago the company shut down its file-sharing service to make sure copyrighted songs weren’t being exchanged over its servers.

But the legal questions Napster kindled may not yet be extinguished. A spate of suits has followed claiming the technology is being used to infringe copyrighted works.

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