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PostPosted: April 21st, 2015, 11:44 am 
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IF THE SONGWRITERS DON'T LIKE THE TERMS, THEY AND THEIR REPS SHOULD NOT SIGN ON WITH PANDORA. LESS CONTENT = FEWER LISTENERS.
Publishing Trade Association Responds to Roger Faxon, Saying 'Pandora Exploits Songwriters'
http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/ ... ndora-move
"First, does Pandora sincerely believe that paying approximately only 4% of its revenue to songwriters and music publishers is a fair value for the creative content that drives its business?"

HOW LIABLE SHOULD WEBSITES AND ISPs BE WHEN THEIR USERS BEHAVE BADLY?
Indecent Attacks on the Communications Decency Act

http://www.lawfuel.com/communications-decency
"If you surf Yelp before booking a restaurant, shop eBay to find bargains, or scan the HuffPo blogs for emerging political thought, thank Congress. And enjoy the free-range Internet times we live in. They may be fleeting..."

OH, TO BE A FLY ON THAT WALL...
News Corp's HarperCollins Makes Multi-Year Deal With Amazon, Averting "War
http://www.dailytech.com/News+Corps+HarperCollins+Makes+MultiYear+Deal+With+Amazon+Averting+War/article37302.htm#sthash.nukpa2Ti.dpuf
"Deal took nearly a year, but was kept private in contrast to Amazon's very public rancorous dispute with Hatchette."

ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER PERSON ALLEGING COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT FROM A POPULAR MOVIE
Kuwaiti author sues Disney over 'stolen' 'Frozen' story

http://www.menafn.com/1094173048/Kuwait ... ry?src=RSS
"An author in Kuwait has sued Disney and its hit film 'Frozen' screenwriter Jennifer Lee claiming the plot of the movie was pinched from a story included in her book 'New Fairy Tales'."

BARS (NOT COVER BANDS) GET SUED FOR COPYRIGHTED SONGS SUNG BY THOSE BANDS
Cover Band Classics Prompt Costly Copyright Claims Against Minn. Bars

http://kstp.com/news/stories/s3772041.shtml?cat=1
"'(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay,' 'Bennie and the Jets' and 'Brown Eyed Girl.' They're cover band classics—songs that have also cost some Minnesota bars tens of thousands of dollars after they were hit with copyright infringement lawsuits."


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