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MPee3 Corp.'s MPee3.com Revolutionizes Music Searching and Downloading, Making P2P Services Like Napster and Kazaa Obsolete
LAS VEGAS, NV - July 20, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- The Mpee3 Corporation (www.Mpee3.com),
today announced the launch of its new search engine dedicated exclusively to MP3 music files.
MPee3 allows users to search and download MP3-format music files simply and efficiently,
and without the legal ramifications of P2P (peer-to-peer) services like Napster or Kazaa.
MPee3.com takes the most basic Internet service, a search engine, and applies it to MP3 (MPEG2-
Layer3 Audio) files. The result is a search engine dedicated exclusively to searching MP3
files, allowing end users to locate and download MP3s quickly and efficiently.
The site also has directories of MP3-related content such as bands, shopping sites, online
radio, tutorials, portable media players, encoders, and software for every major operating
system. However, the engine prohibits listings for hacking, porn and gambling sites, which are
commonly found on many "underground" MP3 download directories.
"Our search engine draws from a database of millions of legally downloadable MP3 files," says
Stephen M. Noton, President of the MPee3 Corporation.
"Unlike many other MP3 services that charge a membership fee and collect personal information
which could be used to trace your online activity, at the MPee3.com MP3 Search you can download
MP3 files without providing any personal details, preserving your privacy."
Noton believes this unique feature averts many of the legal concerns involved with the use of
peer-to-peer (P-2-P) services, and ensures total user privacy.
Optional membership programs allow users access to the MPee3.com forum, newsletter, and the
ability to add MP3 sites to the search engine. The basic membership is free, while the premium
membership is about $20 per year.
Featured site sponsored listing programs are an ideal way for new bands, independent labels,
and Internet radio stations to increase traffic and visibility.
MPee3.com appears in the College Music Scene edition of the Rolling Stone Magazine and will be
in the Digital Music Spotlight section of Billboard.
For more information please visit: http://www.MPee3.com
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