☞ Making Claims

  • Kroes said she thought “the system has ended up giving a more prominent role to intermediaries than to artists”. She continued: “It irritates the public, who often cannot access what artists want to offer and leaves a vacuum which is served by illegal content, depriving the artists of their well-deserved remuneration.”

    Excellent summary here by Neelie Kroes of the actual problem with copyright law that needs root-and-branch reform – I hope Cameron’s advisers are listening to her rather than the industry lobbyists.

  • “This is very serious. We feel the BPI may have deliberately misled politicians and Ofcom when discussing how useful their evidence really is.”

  • Open Core By The Numbers
    Interesting and useful statistics that deserve some closer study.

Apologies for the delay in posting links today – it was a problem at Delicious.

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