//Its Napster time all over again..

Its Napster time all over again..

Does anyone else feel like we are back in the year 1999 when Napster was founded, and the proceeding legal hearings trying to figure out how digital P2P music sharing should be controlled, how it should be defined, should users have to register their music, is it illegal etc etc.After hearing that ETH might be classed as a security and American owners should register their holdings with the SEC, it is very reminicent of Napster in 1999.A group of technologically ignorant old men trying to write rules for something they dont understand, while trying to squeeze new tech into laws that were created when people prefered horses as their mode of transport.Makes me chuckle

Does anyone else feel like we are back in the year 1999 when Napster was founded, and the proceeding legal hearings trying to figure out how digital P2P music sharing should be controlled, how it should be defined, should users have to register their music, is it illegal etc etc.

After hearing that ETH might be classed as a security and American owners should register their holdings with the SEC, it is very reminicent of Napster in 1999.

A group of technologically ignorant old men trying to write rules for something they dont understand, while trying to squeeze new tech into laws that were created when people prefered horses as their mode of transport.

Makes me chuckle