“ACTA2” Trolls Publish Hit List on Pastebin of Artists who Supported Copyright Directive in Europe
In the “it was only a matter of time” department, Wixen Music Publishing has sued Pandora over infringing reproductions of the lyrics in songs it represents.
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MTP readers will recall that there is a fierce fight going on in South Africa over a new national copyright amendment that is backed by Big Tech but bitterly opposed by South Africa’s creative sector. South Africa lawyer Stephen Hollis gives us the background and detail. We’re pleased to have the opportunity to post Stephen’s article to bring everyone up to speed.
Dominic McGonigal, Chair of the erudite C8 Associates think tank, gives a frank overview of the European Parliament election results for creators.
Poland suddenly starts lawfare against the Copyright Directive–think there might be a Google connect there somewhere? Here’s four possibles.
Spotify just had its second “death cross” in less than 6 months where the the 50 day moving average crosses the 100 day moving average to the downside.