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Rumblings in the U.S. Copyright Frontier

Rumblings in the U.S. Copyright Frontier

On March 20, 2013, following an address at Columbia Law School entitled “The...

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A Copyright Extension for EU Recordings

A Copyright Extension for EU Recordings

On November 1, 2013, all European Union Member States were required to make...

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The Peddling of Recording Rights

The Peddling of Recording Rights

Recent negotiations between Clear Channel Communications and Warner Music...

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Artists and Publishers in a Bind

Artists and Publishers in a Bind

In a recent court case between ASCAP, the oldest PRO in the United States, and...

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Harnessing the “Harlem Shake”

Harnessing the “Harlem Shake”

Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” was the first single by an unknown artist to...

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The Copyleft Tradition

The Copyleft Tradition

In past years, music has firmly established itself as a free good in the minds...

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Music Startups and the Licensing Drag

Music Startups and the Licensing Drag

It is surprising that, to date, most of the conversation around the music...

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The Battle Over U.S. Intellectual Property Costs

The Battle Over U.S. Intellectual Property Costs

New music media companies are trying to lower intellectual property costs. ...

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Copyright Inefficiency

Copyright Inefficiency

Allowing others the freedom to sample and remix a musician’s work can be a...

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Copyright Efficiency

Copyright Efficiency

It is true that in recent years technology has been challenging the...

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