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Forget DRM. It's the music March 2, 2007 Studios remain shell-shocked by Napsterization, but CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says the real solution isn't attacking pirates.
Napster wildfire spreads beyond music May 15, 2000 As the Net overcomes today's size and speed barriers, Napster-like technologies could be used to trade everything from full-length movies to entire computer operating systems--basically, anything d...
If Elvis were a digital entrepreneur today January 24, 2008 Internet attorney Nancy Prager explains how an EU push to create a common digital copyright policy may serve as the de facto legal framework for the Internet.
When rockers cut ties from labels November 2, 2007 Services like Musicane oversee digital sales, marketing, and other chores for bands that drop a record label. But do they make sense for everyone?
Roadblocks en route to free, legal music January 9, 2008 Some companies are trying to give away songs and make money through ads, but they're beset by their own mistakes and by record industry resistance.
Apple's long shadow over mobile music April 2, 2007 Handset makers are introducing plenty of phones that play music. But it's hard to imagine any besting the iPod or the soon-to-be-released iPhone.
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