As a student at Cornell University, Angelo Petrigh had access to free online music via a legal music-downloading service his school provided. Yet the 21-year-old still turned to illegal file-sharing programs.

The reason: While Cornell's online music program, through Napster, gave him and other students free, legal downloads, the eMail introducing the service explained that students could keep their songs only until they graduated. "After I read that, I decided I didn't want to even try it," says Petrigh, a senior at the Ithaca, N.Y., school.

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