Post Tagged with: "emi"

Ch-ch-ch-changes

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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January 8, 2007 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

EMI Offers Clean MP3s

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 […]

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December 6, 2006 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

UK Group Calls for Personal Copying Right

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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October 30, 2006 Comments are Disabled Must Reads