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NPD Confidential 3: In Which We Defend Ourselves Against Charges of Drunk Blogging and Practicing Math Without a License

Some weeks ago, we published a lengthy blog post called Where do Music Collections Come From?  which discussed findings from our Copy Culture survey of 1000 Germans and 2300 Americans. Some of the data demonstrated that P2P file sharers (who … Continue reading

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Unauthorized File Sharing: Is It Wrong?

We’re kicking off our Copy Culture in the US and Germany pre-release festivities with a fresh(ish) look at an old question: is unauthorized file sharing wrong?  Or more properly: do Americans think it’s wrong?

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Copy Culture — O’Reilly Tools of Change Conference Talk

With the takedown of Library.nu (formerly Gigapedia), the major US and UK publishers are joining the war on file sharing.  This is a subject we’ll be paying a lot of attention to in the next couple years.  Coincidentally, I gave … Continue reading

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