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On October 2, attorneys for Napster and the RIAA will present oral arguments on the preliminary injunction in front of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, after which the three-judge panel may make a ruling at any time. This hearing will address only the request of the RIAA for a preliminary injunction against Napster that would close the service while the full legal case is heard. The full trial on the RIAA charges against Napster is not expected to take place until 2001.
So far, the availability of MP3 files is less a boon to new artists than to established, familiar artists. Eighty-six percent of music downloaders have captured music they had heard before, by artists they were already familiar with. And 69% of music downloaders had searched for new music by artists they were already familiar with. Still, there are encouraging signs that online posting and marketing of music can work for new artists. Thirty-one percent of music downloaders had loaded songs onto their computers by an artist they had never heard before.
Twenty-eight percent of music downloaders say captured music that they already own in another form (CD or tape) and 63% downloaded new music. This is a marked change from our June 2000 report, in which 13% of music downloaders said they captured music they already owned and 81% downloaded new music. Since the demographics of music downloaders have not shifted significantly in the last few months, it is possible that their behavior has changed. Music downloaders may be using services like Napster to expand their music collections and replace the music they own on old cassette tapes with new digital versions of the same material. Or, there is another possibility for this increase in the number of people reporting they have downloaded music they already owned in another form. More respondents may be giving what they perceive to be a legally safer answer to a question about the type of songs they download.
When asked which of three services they use for accessing music files, 69% of music downloaders said they have used Napster, MP3.com, or both. Just 7% had used Gnutella, a file-searching program that is not operated by a company and is often cited as a probable haven for music downloaders if their access to Napster and MP3.com is curtailed.
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The purpose of this study is to (1) assess reasons that stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM download and sustain their use of mobile phone apps in general, and (2) obtain feedback on features and functions that these men prefer in a mobile phone app to optimize their ART adherence.
Focus groups were conducted with stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM (24-57 years of age; mostly non-Hispanic white; 42% once a week or more frequent stimulant drug use) in San Francisco and Minneapolis. Our aim was to explore the mobile phone app features and functions that they considered when deciding to download and sustain their use of general apps over time, as well as specific features and functions that they would like to see incorporated into an ART adherence mobile app. Focus groups were audiorecorded and transcribed verbatim. Thematic analysis was applied to transcripts using line-by-line open coding and organizing codes into meaningful themes.
Men reported that they currently had a variety of health and wellness, social media and networking, gaming and entertainment, and utility apps on their mobile phones. Downloading apps to their mobile phones was influenced by the cost of the app, recommendations by a trusted source, and the time it takes to download. In addition, downloading and sustained use of apps was more likely to occur when men had control over most features of the app and apps were perceived to be useful, engaging, secure, and credible. Participants suggested that ART adherence mobile phone apps include social networking features, connections to local resources and their medical chart, and breaking HIV news and updates. Although some men expressed concerns about daily self-monitoring of HIV medication doses, many appreciated receiving a summary of their medication adherence over time and suggested that feedback about missed doses be delivered in an encouraging and humorous manner.
These recent studies on mobile phone app preferences among HIV-negative MSM and HIV-positive men and women provide insights into best practices for mobile phone apps for these populations. However, it is unknown whether these same preferences are held by stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM, who may have different technology-assisted prevention and treatment needs than their HIV-negative or non-stimulant-using counterparts . Therefore, we conducted focus groups with stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM to address two primary research questions: (1) What features and functions of mobile phone apps does this population consider when deciding to download and sustain their use of apps over time, and (2) What features or functions do these men prefer in a mobile phone app to help them manage ART adherence
All procedures were approved by the University of Minnesota Institutional Review Board. Focus group questions were developed by the research team and guided by the Technology Adoption Model (TAM) . The TAM is a conceptual model to capture how persons will come to accept and use a new technology, such as the perceived usefulness of the technology and how easy the technology is to navigate. Participants were asked to describe what apps they currently have on their mobile phone. Next, men were asked to reflect on features and functions of mobile phone apps in general that they believed contributed to their decision to download, initiate use of, and continue to use apps. Although focus group members often spontaneously mentioned many features (eg, perceived usefulness) of their general app downloading and use that were relevant to the TAM conceptual model, we probed men to reflect on factors of the TAM conceptual model that were not mentioned. Finally, men were also asked to describe features and functions that they would like to see in ART adherence apps.
Table 2 shows the apps that men in the focus groups reported currently having on their mobile phone. Overall, men reported downloading and currently using a variety of health and wellness, social networking and dating, gaming and entertainment, and utility apps. Of relevance to stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM, focus group members reported currently having apps to assist them with maintaining their sobriety, clinical care, insurance, pharmacy, medications, and HIV.
The study team organized themes that emerged from the focus groups into three main categories: reasons men downloaded apps to their phones, general app design features that convinced men to download and sustain use of apps over time, and preferences for components and features of an ART adherence app. The organization of the themes and definitions are shown in Table 3.
The successful dissemination and uptake of mobile phone app interventions addressing the HIV prevention and treatment continuum of care requires that persons are willing to download and sustain use of the app, as well as providing content and features that are culturally relevant for the target population. In this study, we explored the features and functions of mobile phone apps that stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM considered when deciding to download and sustain their use of apps in general over time, as well as specific features and functions that they would like to see incorporated into an app to help them manage ART adherence more effectively.
There are some important limitations to this study. First, the results from these focus groups are not intended to be generalizable to all stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM, persons with HIV, or MSM in general in the United States. Most men in this study were non-Hispanic white, which does not reflect the racial and ethnic distribution of HIV in the United States . Thus, future research should assess mobile phone app preferences among a more diverse sample of MSM to determine whether similar attitudes are expressed. In addition, we recruited men residing in or near only two metropolitan areas, San Francisco and Minneapolis. Therefore, these results may not reflect men living in other areas of the United States or more rural regions. These results are meant to be first steps in more fully understanding the needs of stimulant-using HIV-positive MSM with respect to mobile phone apps to address ART adherence. 1e1e36bf2d