Tag Archives: Music industry

The Korg Micro Piano

Korg have unleashed their newest addition to the Korg micro range, the Micro Piano. The Korg Micro Piano is exactly what it sounds like, it is a fully functional, downsized version.. more
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Google to censor pirate terms on search engine

Google is looking at ways it can better censor piracy related websites from being located on its search site. In a blog post, Kent Walker, General Counsel for Google, notes that.. more
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Anonymous attacks in support of Pirate Bay Co-Founders

Anonymous, the activist group which has set up in opposition to the anti-piracy lobby, has launched another salvo of denial of service attacks. Previously, the organisation has targeted the likes of.. more
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IFPI says piracy still damaging music sales

Music industry body the IFPI has published its digital music report for 2010. It says that despite moves to counter online music piracy – via legislation in some countries, and new distribution models such as the streaming music service Spotify – overall global music sales.. more
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BPI says illegal downloading on the increase

UK music industry body the BPI has published survey data which indicates that the levels of illegal file sharing in this country don’t seem to be decreasing. In fact, the levels of peer-to-peer file sharing within the UK have remained pretty constant throughout 2009. However,.. more
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Illegal downloaders spend more on legal music

A new survey has come up with the theory that those computer users engaged in illegal filesharing are also the same consumers that actually spend more money on legal music. Of course, this is something that these music lovers have claimed for a long time... more
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ISPs not responsible for filesharing

The vast majority of people in the UK believe that ISPs should not be held responsible for illegal file sharing. Four in five respondents to an ISPreview.co.uk survey thought ISP action on peer-to-peer filesharing is unnecessary. The results imply that Brits want the music industry.. more
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The UK set to legalise P2P

Could this be the breakthrough that many internet users have been waiting for? The legalisation of P2P file sharing for UK users could be coming to these shores before the end of the year, making the UK only the second country in the world to.. more
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Music industry calls for help from ISP’s to fight piracy

The music industry has requested, or should that be begged, for help from Internet service providers, known as ISP’s, and worldwide governments, to assist the ailing industry in its fight with pirate music suppliers Speaking on the behalf of the big music companies. The International.. more
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