Tenenbaum's P2P use: the labels made me do it!

#Music

Tue, Jan 5th, 2010 19:27 by capnasty NEWS

"[The Music Labels'] continued conduct of releasing their recordings into a digitally networked environment on DRM-free CDs made the proliferation of their recordings on the peer-to-peer networks trivially easy. Their aggressive promotion of their recordings made such proliferation entirely predictable. Indeed, their mode of publication all but invited sharing. Plaintiffs knew, or should have known, exactly where their sound recordings would end up."

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