Teen Content Creators and Consumers
American teenagers today are utilizing the interactive capabilities of the internet as they create and share their own media creations.
Anticipating the Supreme Court Grokster ruling
Our surveys shed light on public and elite attitudes about free online file sharing and copyright.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments in File-Sharing Case
Although long lines prevented me from entering the courtroom today to witness the arguments firsthand, the scene outside the hearing was also a fascinating microcosm of the parties affected by this debate.
Napster DRM workaround
Reuters ran a story last week about an unauthorized software “patch” that enables Napster subscribers to convert the protected WMA files they lease to WAV files that can then be permanently burned to a CD.
iPods and MP3 Players storm the market
More than 22 million American adults now own iPods or MP3 players.
The PR of IP
Palatable soundbytes in a P2P case are hard to come by…
Blog readers hungry for more than words
The blogging audience is more likely to download and share files online when compared to those who don’t read blogs.
Artists, Musicians and the Internet
Artists and musicians are enthusiastic internet users and they believe the internet helps them make and sell their work.
DMCA Reform Being Considered
As usual, the recording industry, the technology sector, consumer advocates and policy makers are having difficulty finding common ground on this issue, to say the least. But how do the musicians…
Preliminary results of survey of musicians
Between March 15 and April 15 of this year, 2,755 musicians and songwriters responded to a Web-based survey about the way they use the Internet and their views on a host of public policy questions related to copyright and music file-sharing on the In…