Microsoft wants to cooperate with Napster
The Redmond-based software giant Microsoft and the ailing music exchange platform Napster are currently negotiating a possible collaboration. In order to prevent Napster from exchanging music with copyright, Microsoft's security certifications and the WMA (Windows Media Audio) format should be used.
In this way, Microsoft could easily spread its own Increase audio standards. In return, Napster passes on some of its know-how about the file sharing principle to Microsoft. The music exchange has already confirmed Microsoft's interest. It is known, however, that Microsoft is only one of many companies that have expressed interest in Napster's know-how. However, Microsoft will be a very hot candidate.