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3 Count: Music Archive

Plagiarism Today

Music labels sue Internet Archive over music library, Google negotiating with Universal over AI music and photo agencies want AI protection. The post 3 Count: Music Archive appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

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Music Royalties 101: Your Music Questions Answered

Copyright Alliance

Kicking off the new year, the Copyright Alliance and Music Law Pro co-hosted Music Royalties 101 to help music creators navigate the various revenue streams to ensure proper collection of […] The post Music Royalties 101: Your Music Questions Answered appeared first on Copyright Alliance.

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Book Review: Music Borrowing and Copyright Law

The IPKat

This is a review of Music Borrowing and Copyright Law, a Genre-by-Genre Analysis , edited by Enrico Bonadio (City, University of London) and Chen Wei Zhu (University of Birmingham). Heald suggests that Aplin and Bently offer one half of the response, and this volume provides the other, within the music context.

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YouTube Aims to Simplify Music Licensing

Plagiarism Today

Specifically, YouTube is taking steps to make it easier for YouTubers to license popular music for their videos. Entitled Creator Music, the system makes it easy to for YouTubers to license available songs and maintain monetization of their videos. How Creator Music Works. Why Creator Music is Important.

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3 Count: Bridgerton’s Musical

Plagiarism Today

1: Netflix Slams Unofficial ‘Bridgerton’ Musical Creators in Copyright Infringement Lawsuit. First off today, Larisha Paul at Rolling Stone reports that Netflix has filed a lawsuit against a duo of musicians alleging that they violated an agreement and staged live performances of their album the Unofficial Bridgerton Musical.

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The American Music Fairness Act (AMFA): The Canadian Dimension

Hugh Stephens Blog

Last week I posted a blog on the American Music Fairness Act (AMFA), draft US legislation that seeks to end the exemption that US terrestrial broadcasters enjoy with respect to payment of broadcast royalties to performers and labels for playing recorded music.

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Michelle’s Country Music Murals: An Update?

Hugh Stephens Blog

The disagreement was over who held the copyright to a series of murals that … Continue reading "Michelle’s Country Music Murals: An Update?" that I wrote a couple of years ago about muralist Michelle Loughery and her copyright dispute with the Merritt Walk of Stars Society.

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