Techno Godfather Kevin Saunderson knows what to do when somebody rips off your music and sells it as their own. Release the original and the rip off version as free downloads. Here’s the story, in Saunderson’s own words: I recorded ‘The Sound’ back in 1987 and released it on my own KMS Records label. It… Read More Techno Godfather Kevin Saunderson Gives Away Classic Track And Italian Rip-Off
Brian Eno spills the beans to Pork Magazine’s Dick Flash about how to deal with pirates, playing with others vs playing with yourself and collaborating with Petula Clark.
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal court Wednesday to “reject bogus copyright claims” from the music industry that could meant that you could get charged a performance fee every time your cell phone rings in public.
This video captures Michael Masnick’s Learning From What’s Working: Success Stories From The Music Commerce Frontier. Masnick is the founder of TechDirt – a technology blog that has been a vocal critic of the music industry’s approach to technology, especially DRM and its opposition to P2P file sharing. You can safely skip the first 2… Read More TechDirt’s Michael Masnick On The State Of The Music Industry
Moby reacted to the nearly $2 million judgment against Jammie Thomas-Rasset of Minnesota for file sharing 24 songs yesterday, calling for the RIAA to be disbanded: argh. what utter nonsense. this is how the record companies want to protect themselves? suing suburban moms for listening to music? charging $80,000 per song? punishing people for listening… Read More Moby: The RIAA Needs To Be Disbanded