Senate Hearings on Music and The Internet
372649 01: Lars Ulrich, of the rock band Metallica, left, Roger McGuinn, founding member of 60s rock group The Byrds, center, and Napster Chief Executive Officer Hank Barry sit before the Senate Judi cary Committee July11, 2000, in Washington, DC where they shared their thoughts on musical copyright and the Internet. The Judiciary Committee is studying the future of digital music. (Photo by Stephen J. Boitano/Newsmakers)
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