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English citations of Napster

2004 July 12, “Yukos Offers $8 Billion To Cover Its Tax Bill”, in New York Times:
Some in the used-book industry are questioning whether is becoming the Napster of the book business.
2007 October 15, “Video Napster?”, in Newsweek[1]:
It would be easy to call the venture-backed, San Mateo-based YouTube the Napster of video, an outlaw startup rocketing onto dotcom radar screens on the backs of rights-holders. But that's a designation that the year-old company desperately wants to avoid.