BoingBoing points to two noteworthy developments – EMI in Europe has sworn off copy-protected CDs, while Second Life has released its source code under the GPL.
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The Wall Street Journal reports that EMI, one of the major record labels, plans to offer a handful of songs as clean MP3s without DRM. I don't think that should be particularly newsworthy, but the article does a nice job of assessing the current music market. Update: Fred offers a […]
As EMI's President states that CDs are dead, the UK's The Institute for Public Policy Research is arguing that consumers' rights should be improved with a "new private right to copy." It is also calling on the government to reject demands for the music copyright term to be extended beyond […]
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