Sirius and Pandora cases raise fundamental IP issues
The popularity of pre-1972 music on internet radio has thrown up a fierce legal battle over sound recording licences in the United States. Peter E Masaitis and Evan W Woolley explain – with a bit of help from their friends in the 60s and 70s music scene
If you long for the good old days before Jefferson Airplane became a Starship, before Young first played with Crosby, Stills & Nash, and before The Turtles became the comedic duo Flo & Eddie, then perhaps you've tuned into internet...
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