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MP3.com will reactivate its embattled online music service despite an ongoing copyright infringement tussle with Universal Music Group and the recording industry.

The company's chief executive officer, Michael Robertson, said the MyMP3.com service would be turned on sometime in the next few weeks, giving members access to music stored on its computers in San Diego. To access their music over the Internet, members must first prove they paid for the recording by briefly inserting a compact disc into a computer's CD-ROM drive.

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