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His name is Steven Horowitz, and he's a former Napster user.
Step one on the path to recovery is, of course, confession.
"I probably had about 400 files or so on my computer," he said. "I wasn't an everyday user; for me it was more of a convenient service than anything. I was able to get songs you couldn't get anywhere else. I didn't think much at that time on the moral implications, more just the copyright argument, such as whether I had rights to music that can't be purchased elsewhere." [more]