The 2017 “notorious markets” is accusing piracy as being a driving force for the spread of malware. It also lists several sites.
It’s a position that may come as a surprise to long time observers. Major record labels and movie studios not expressing interest in extending the terms of copyright.
We are examining what copyright lobbying groups are demanding in the NAFTA renegotiation’s. Today, we are looking at the RIAA’s demands.
For years, YouTube has been a major portal for new talent to share their creations with the world. While more artists and more genre’s of music are finally able to break out into a wider audience, the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America), along with other major corporations, are petitioning the US government to choke […]
this is part 19 of the re-publication of my meta-analysis on what filesharing studies really say.
Part 3 of the republication of my meta-analysis.
We’ve reviewed a lot of music this year. Some music was great. Other music makes us think of nails on chalkboard. This celebrates the latter as we reveal the lowest scoring tracks we’ve talked about this year.
Universal Music is trying to convince anti-trust regulators that buying EMI does not create anti-competitive concerns. Critics argue that having 41% control of the music market (ala ‘super-label’) is cause for concern for competitiveness in the market. It is all part of a debate being held before US law-makers.
If software is being distributed on your website that would be theoretically used to infringe copyright, does that make your website liable for any copyright infringement? The RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) seem to think so and have targeted CNET’s download.com.
The case is at least 4 years old now, but that doesn’t mean it’s over. Jammie Thomas trial was described as a “first of its kind” trials where a file-sharer was sued for sharing music in the US. Now, a new development has unfolded in this long-running trial which may very likely be seen as […]