stories filed under: "music"

Music Industry

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
license, music, podcasts, uk

Companies:
ppl


Studies

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
file sharing, innovation, movies, music, studies


Studies

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
file sharing, music, piracy, purchases, revenue

Companies:
ifpi, npd


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09:30 UK Politician Theresa May Tries To Out-Orwell Orwell With Insanely Authoritarian Speech (53)
08:08 How Chris Christie Used A Manufactured Terrorist Plot To Boost His Political Career (40)
06:07 Canada Saves Public From Public Domain, Extends Copyright On Sound Recordings Another 20 Years (65)
04:08 French Government Not Happy With Recent NSA Revelations; Vows To Do More Spying On Its Own Citizens (18)
01:07 Apology Legislation In Hong Kong? What Kind Of A Stupid Law Is That? (12)

Thursday

21:09 EU Court Lawyer Advises Against Granting Trademark For Kit Kat Shape (14)
17:00 DailyDirt: Who Needs Dinosaurs Anyway? (4)
15:59 A Gronking To Remember Lawsuit Gets Strange While Amazon Argues Liability Would Chill Speech And Art (24)
14:34 The Free Market Case For Patent Reform (57)
13:36 Charter Hires Leading Net Neutrality Advocate To Write Its Net Neutrality Commitments, Promises To Go Further Than FCC Rules (10)
12:36 Sell Features, Not Songs (32)
11:38 South Carolina Massacre Results In Apple Going Flag-Stupid In The App Store (119)
10:41 European Taxi Drivers Lose Their Collective Mind Over Uber (53)
10:32 Daily Deal: BaseRails Ruby on Rails Training: 2 Year Subscription (0)
09:29 Russia's Internet Propaganda Farm Is Being Dragged To Court For Labor Violations (43)
08:07 Researcher Headed To Australian Supreme Court In Attempt To Hold Google Responsible For Posts At Ripoff Reports [Updated] (32)
06:04 Took Longer Than I Expected: Bill O'Reilly Yanks Video Games Into Charleston Massacre For No Reason At All (119)
04:01 UK Government Instituted Automatic Email Deletion Program Right Before Its Freedom Of Information Law Came Into Effect (9)
00:59 And, Of Course, UK Law Enforcement ALSO Using Cell Tower Spoofers, Refusing To Talk About Them (19)

Wednesday

21:01 Arkham Knight PC Game Arrives Just In Time To Demonstrate Why Steam Needed Refunds (58)
17:00 DailyDirt: Better Bikes (3)
15:45 Sprint Plans To Kill The One Thing That People Liked About It: Unlimited Data (27)
14:44 Court Orders Halt To New York Law Demanding Online Access To Pawn Shop Acquisition Records (3)
13:35 No, We Still Can't Definitively Prove Your ISP Is Slowing Netflix Traffic To Make An Extra Buck (8)
12:38 GCHQ Asked Court To Let It Infringe On Anti-Virus Copyrights... For National Security (36)
11:34 The Ridiculous Redactions The DOJ Required To Try To Hide The Details Of Its Google Gag Order (43)
10:29 Google Was Gagged For Four Years From Talking About Fighting The Wikileaks Investigation (86)
10:25 Daily Deal: IDrive Unlimited Mobile Backup: Lifetime Subscription (3)
09:32 Legal Giant Dentons Demonstrates Exactly How Not To Respond To Critical Media Coverage (26)
08:10 ICANN's War On Whois Privacy (43)
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