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Conflict over Consent Decrees

Conflict over Consent Decrees

In early June, the United States Department of Justice announced that it would be launching a review of the consent decrees governing the nation’s two largest performing rights organizations, ASCAP and BMI. The review, which began with the DOJ calling for comments on the efficacy of the consent...

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Apple as a Record Label

Apple as a Record Label

Apple unveiled  new products as usual, and this year it put out the iWatch  and a new iPhone. But its partnership with Irish rockers U2  garnered all the headlines  and pulled off the largest album launch in history. U2’s first album in five years, Songs of Innocence, was made available...

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Smart Artists, Smart Fans

Smart Artists, Smart Fans

The Internet age has drastically altered the dynamics of the interaction...

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Browser Music: Google’s Chris Wilson

Browser Music: Google’s Chris Wilson

Chris Wilson has been involved with web browsers since 1993, when he...

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Lessons for DIY Musicians: II

Lessons for DIY Musicians: II

Editor’s Note: This is the second of two installments dealing with DIY...

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Artist Progress, Pre-1972

Artist Progress, Pre-1972

U.S. copyright law currently has an odd loophole that limits federal...

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Automating Creativity

Automating Creativity

Karl Marx famously said that man is himself and his instruments of production....

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BABA & Music

BABA & Music

On September 19th, the Alibaba Group had its Initial Public Offering, the...

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