Major media conglomerates are changing tactics when it comes to pushing for the censorship machine. They now say it’s all about YouTube payouts.
After over a half of a year of pressure on these companies from major multinational companies, the IFPI has said a few days ago that PayPal has agreed with the IFPI. The question remains, is it too little too late for this effort to have any impact?
The IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) may be quick to denounce others for breaking the law when it comes to downloading copyright infringement, but now the shoe is on the other foot. After incriminating documents surfaced about the organization, some very interesting questions about the IFPI are being raised.
New statistics from the copyright industry was released recently, but with all of the claims on how music sales are falling, comparing one statistic from Canada and one statistic from the global figures appears to have painted a very interesting new picture on the Canadian music marketplace for the copyright industry.
The Swedish IFPI website was recently hacked, but Brokep said in his blog that ThePirateBay is already winning the case and that this kind of support only damages grounds being made.
Even after the closure of AllofMP3.com, the website is still making waves.
A search engine. There is little wonder why such a simple concept can become one of the biggest successes on the internet to date.
An IFPI study entitled ‘Piracy Report of 2006‘, was released recently on the global condition of piracy. As a part of the report, Canada was brought up as one of the ten ‘priority countries.’