Internet has killed entertainment business model, warns author
The internet has triggered a consumer-led rebellion against the “essentially dead” business models of selling books, films and music, according to an author and former Silicon Valley entrepreneur
Speaking at the Global Forum on IP in Singapore last week,
Andrew Keen gave a keynote address in which he argued that the
internet "has made the protection of the copy impossible".
Keen explained that, for the music industry, the...
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