Downloading music from the internet has been wildly popular for years, but it has taken the record labels some time to work out how they can make money out of it, rather than watching fans swap music for free.
But will all the record labels sign up? And how will the rise of legal online music services hit the peer-to-peer downloads that have been so popular until now?
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