You may have never heard of Cloudflare and you may be wondering what the company has to do with music, technology or policy. Cloudflare plays a vital role in the worldwide criminal enterprise of piracy and competes with Google, Facebook and Amazon for the moniker of the Genco Olive Oil company of the Internet. Here’s […]
Remember the Local Radio Freedom Act from last year? Well, they’re back with a new LRFA (pronounced “screw you”). This Congress can’t agree about much, but they can agree they want to keep screwing artists.
This post is from a series of tweets by Iain Baker of Jesus Jones regarding both their experience being cut off by PledgeMusic and also the implications for the larger music business.
The European Parliament needs to investigate exactly what happened in Botland with Article 13.
Alexa is a window into Amazon’s vast private intelligence network that lets it spy on U.S. citizens while it provides billions in services to the Intelligence Community–that we know of. Why promote Alexa with your music?
BLANCHE Whoever you are…I have always depended on the kindness of strangers. From A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams From Highlights of Managing Change under the Music Modernization Act’s Mechanical Licensing Collective (footnotes omitted. A version of this article appears as How Will the Music Modernization Act’s Mechanical Licensing Collective Work? in 34 Entertainment […]
If you check these accounts, you may find that only a couple look real (including Doctorow). Who knows, but looks weird.
Here’s a few examples of what the Twitter campaign against Article 13 looks like, draw your own conclusions: