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- ‘Big Deals’ and Publisher-Library Competition
- On Informal Internet Freedoms (also, Paragraphs I Wish I Had Written Differently)
- The Curse of Tanya Grotter
- Broadband Adoption in Low-Income Communities
- Presenting ‘Copy Culture in the US and Germany’
- Canadian Book Pirates
- The ‘Kill the Hobbit to Save Regular Earth’ Initiative
- A Behind the Scenes Look at the Making of ‘Kill the Hobbit Subsidies to Save Regular Earth’
- Copy Culture by Race and Ethnicity
- NPD Confidential 3: In Which We Defend Ourselves Against Charges of Drunk Blogging and Practicing Math Without a License
- America Says: Go Gently on Porn Pirate
- Reading EULAs: Not Just for the Crazy Anymore
- Could Pirate Romney Win/Have Won?
- Male Copiers are from Mars. Female Copiers are also from Mars
- Die, Substitution Studies, Die II: Well, OK, Maybe Some Should Live
- NPD Confidential II: Die, Substitution Studies, Die
- NPD Confidential
- Where do Music Collections Come From?
- Unauthorized File Sharing: Is It Wrong?
- Crime Inc. Inc.
Tag Archives: Music
Let’s return to the arcane but, for IP debates, important subject of substitution studies, which try to clarify the extent to which piracy substitutes for or displaces legal sales. We’ve argued that the media ecology has become so complicated that … Continue reading
Following up our piece on music collections and the apparently surprising result that P2P users buy a lot of digital music, and also our piece discussing some pushback from NPD–the survey firm used by the RIAA–we offer a response to … Continue reading
Well, the Music Collections post certainly got around. Among other places, NBC News’ tech blog picked up the bit about P2P users being the biggest buyers of music and sought comment from the RIAA. The RIAA sent the reporter to … Continue reading
The current SOPA/Protect IP debate has many antecedents and will probably have many sequels. The underlying positions haven’t changed much, and probably won’t in the future. To illustrate, let’s play a game with this mystery quote: Several of these analyses … Continue reading