Benzinga  Apr 10  Comment 
Jerk.com has apparently exceeded its name. A better moniker might be www.LyingStealingExploiting.com, according to charges detailed in the Federal Trade Commission's complaint. On April 2nd the FTC sued Jerk.com for telling consumers that...
Wall Street Journal  Apr 7  Comment 
The Federal Trade Commission is suing a website operated by Napster co-founder John Fanning for allegedly harvesting information from Facebook users and posting profiles labeling them 'Jerk' or 'Not a Jerk.'
TechCrunch  Mar 28  Comment 
Dear Google, please don't sue the guys who built this adorable Google Maps parody. Following on today's theme of laziness, two men from the Netherlands named Kakhiel and Venour have developed a smart little tool to help you find the nearest nap....
TechCrunch  Mar 17  Comment 
Imagine for a moment if Napster were cloned hundreds of times. If there were a NapsterStanford, a NapsterMIT, or a Napster for your high school completely independent from, yet just as powerful as, the original. Imagine what would have happened if...
Forbes  Feb 2  Comment 
The health benefits of getting enough sleep have received a lot of attention recently. For many of the sleep deprived, an afternoon nap will really help.
Automotive World  Jan 28  Comment 
Online Entertainment from BMW ConnectedDrive stands for premium in-car music pleasure. The option provides direct access to the entire world of music and a range of spoken content. Online Entertainment’s latest partner is the music provider...
New York Times  Jan 25  Comment 
David M. Zornow’s law office includes a couch where he can take naps — helpful for his long working hours — as well as a shrine of sorts to Bob Dylan.     
Forbes  Jan 22  Comment 
Jet lag, late nights, shift work, and even naps disrupt the activity of your genes, new research shows.
Times Online  Jan 22  Comment 
Last year Sean Parker was the bad boy of Davos. The Napster founder and tech entrepreneur hosted a gathering that...




 

Napster, Inc. (NAPS), formerly Roxio, Inc., is a leading provider of digital music. The company was incorporated in August 2000 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Adaptec and was spun off as a separate entity in May 2001. After acquiring Pressplay online music service in May 2003, the company updated its service with value-added features and launched it as a paid service under the Napster brand name. The subscription service enables fans to freely sample the world's largest and most diverse online collection of music and experience the largest number of features. This service allows users to legally play, download, and burn (copy) online digital music legally.




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