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Choruss: A New Business Model for Digital Music
March 3, 2009

Per-copy charges for music and other intellectual property made sense when copies were physical objects, but that business model is ill-suited to the digital world. The mismatch has led to thousa…

RIAA v. The People: Four Years Later
August 29, 2007

In this report the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) provides a comprehensive look at the four-year litigation campaign waged by the RIAA against music fans. The report traces the RIAA campaig…

Apple's Jobs Calls for DRM-free World
January 1, 2007

"In a rare open letter from CEO Steve Jobs on Tuesday, Apple has urged record companies to abandon digital rights management technologies." &…

EU Plans Online Copyright Licence
January 1, 2005

Creators of online music services such as composers, lyricists and performers would be able to secure a single pan-European copyright licence for the first time under proposals tabled yesterday by …

Legal Alternatives to P2P: Reports from Yale and Penn State
January 1, 2004

Yale and Penn State have both pioneered the use of legal services for distributing copyrighted media. In January 2004, both initiated commercial services that differ in many ways. This presentati…

Robin Bartoletti

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University of North Texas HSC at Fort Worth

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Digital Entertainment on Campus: Old Lawsuits and New Business Models
May 16, 2007 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Policy Conference 2007

Earlier this year, in what Casey Green called its "spring offensive," the Recording Industry Association of America stepped up its program of bringing infringement claims against thousand…

Copyright Infringement from the Inside: Student Perspectives on Music Piracy
October 11, 2006 | A session at the EDUCAUSE 2006 Annual Conference

Interviews with 42 university undergraduates offer insight into anti-piracy efforts and why they may be failing. Education efforts are seen as phony and unconvincing, lawsuits as unlikely, and even…