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Can Pirate Bay's new cloud business model succeed?

An interesting new business model being discussed by Pirate Bay acquirer Global Gaming Factory introduces the first commercial attempt at a P2P-based storage cloud. But can it work?

By July 18, 2009

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Pirate Bay exec no longer compares RIAA to Stalin

Wayne Rosso, the former Grokster president, is trying to sign content deals for new Pirate Bay and has had a change of heart about RIAA.

By July 16, 2009

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EMI offers music catalog to Mashboxx

Yet-to-launch legal P2P network hopes to succeed with label-supported version of traditional file-sharing model.

By July 28, 2006

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Recording industry should brace for more bad news

Artists don't need record labels anymore. Mashboxx founder Wayne Rosso says more changes are ahead because of shifts in technology and economics.

January 16, 2008

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EMI, Apple partner on DRM-free premium music

Music label confirms that it will sell higher-quality, copy protection-free digital music through iTunes Store. Photos: Apple's DRM-free duet with EMI

By April 2, 2007

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Is music site SpiralFrog spinning out?

Proponents of ad-supported music sites fear SpiralFrog's struggles will give other such services a bad rap.

By January 24, 2007

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EMI offers music catalog to Qtrax network

Qtrax is one of several legal peer-to-peer networks that have captured the attention of major labels.

By August 10, 2006

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With settlement, Kazaa casts off its pirate garb

The notorious P2P service tries to go straight, but even a multimillion-dollar deal with record labels might not be enough.

By July 27, 2006

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File-swapping leaders nearing D-day

With record labels' lawsuit threats pending, time left for eDonkey and its peers to make deals is running short.

By February 1, 2006

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What video iPod revolution?

Mashboxx founder Wayne Rosso says the studios know they need to revamp their business model--but they're not going to rush things.

November 15, 2005