Users bypass copy protection on portable Napster

Thursday, 17 February 2005, 3:29 PM EST

Such users are already providing instructions to other would-be song burners through technology websites like BoingBoing.

Napster is currently offering a free trial of its new Napster To Go service, which will enable users for a monthly $US15 ($NZ21.21) fee to download as much music as they want and transfer it to a portable device. They can also pay 99 cents for each track they want to burn to a CD.

At Stuff.

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