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BitTorrent 99% Infringing, 100% Disinformation... now with Ads.

We’ve reported before on BitTorrent’s claim that they are “not designed for piracy” despite multiple studies and research finding over 99% infringing content being distributed using it. 333 more words

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yes. torrenting is dirty word, and for good reason.

Just a Word About Thom Yorke and Bit-Torrent...

We’ve been here before. We know how this story ends as it did previously for both NIN and Radiohead. We remember those experiments too and we remember… 614 more words

Artist Rights

BitTorrent, "Not Designed For Piracy"... Really? Seriously? 99% Infringing...

Bit Torrent creator Bram Cohen is either one of the most misinformed people on earth, or one of the most intellectually dishonest… and here’s why… Remember this one? 412 more words

Artist Rights

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Despite whatever PR stunts BitTorrent may do, or what artists it may convince to try an experiment, the truth about Bittorrent is pretty simple.

Rene Summer gets it Wrong about Piracy and Payment... The Internet Time Machine Strikes Again.

Rene Summer posted the article “Stop treating symptoms and start curing diseases” on The Networked Society Blog where he re-hashed the same incorrect talking points that the internet industry “ 974 more words

Artists Rights Watch

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Trichordist Rewind, from One Year Ago...

#irespectmusic and Fasten Your Seatbelts: Where Do We Go From Here on Pre-72?

This has been a good week for artist rights–the Turtles struck a major blow in the struggle against the new boss in their case against Sirius to protect the rights of artists who recorded prior to 1972.   1,127 more words

Artist Rights

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MUST READ.

You See What Happens When You Find a Stranger in the Alps? Sirius Screws It Up For All Broadcasters.

“You see what happens when you find a stranger in the alps”-Television censored version of Walter’s magnificent rant in The Big Lebowski.

We told you so.   804 more words

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#IRespectMusic: California Court Rules for The Turtles, Deals Crushing Blow to Sirius in Victory for Artist Rights on pre-72

Score Round One for the Duke, the Count and Satchmo–Flo & Eddie pka The Turtles have won a crushing victory over Sirius XM requiring Sirius to license and pay royalties for Flo & Eddie’s recordings published before 1972.   995 more words

Artist Rights

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A big victory for artists and songwriters!