So, did going DRM-free help or hinder sales of music downloads? Here’s what the actual numbers show.
Copyright and Technology London 2014 takes place next Wednesday; Amazon and Apple announce family accounts for sharing content and apps; Garth Brooks launches his own competitor to iTunes and Amazon.
Why isn’t the book publishing world scared to death of Wattpad?
A federal district judge reopens an old case; courts start to limn the boundaries of “willful blindness” in qualifying for the DMCA safe harbor. Meanwhile, Michael Robertson’s latest provocative startup involves Internet radio.
A subscription service for e-books finally gets a major trade publisher’s catalog.
Internet service providers that have Hollywood studios as corporate siblings behave differently, regarding copyright issues, from those that don’t.
Small publishers are willing to license e-books to new library e-lending systems under liberal terms. Major publishers are unlikely to follow suit.