The Money-Go-Round: Musicians, Big Tech, and Piracy

Witkowski, Adam
November 2013
International Musician;Nov2013, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p9
The article presents the reprint of the article "The Money-Go-Round: Musicians, Big Tech, and Piracy" by Adam Witkowski, which appeared in the October 2013 issue of "Allegro." Topics discussed include threat of piracy of the music available online, launching of the Copyright Alert System with the major Internet Service Providers (ISP) for solving piracy issue by the American Federation of Musicians (AFM), and protection of the copyrights and performance rights.


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