Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Simple Suggestion for Copyright Policymakers

This simple suggestion is offered to copyright policymakers around the world. Copyright economies are complex. So complex that your most carefully designed reforms are likely to have consequences you could not foresee, and may even damage the sectors or people … Continue reading

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Sony’s Gatfield Shows Mutual Misunderstanding Between Music & ISPs As Deep As Ever

Nick Gatfield, recently appointed CEO of Sony Music UK, took the opportunity of an interview with the Guardian newspaper to do a bit of grandstanding on behalf of the music industry. Broadband businesses he said “are being built on the … Continue reading

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Unlicensed Downloading Not a Problem in Switzerland

Unlicensed downloading is just as widespread in Switzerland as it is in most well connected and wealthy countries. Being outside of the European Union however allows the Swiss Government to take its own legal and regulatory path. And the Federal … Continue reading

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