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3 Count: Musical Appeal

Plagiarism Today

The post 3 Count: Musical Appeal appeared first on Plagiarism Today. Marvin Gaye rightsholder seeks to revive Ed Sheeran lawsuit, judge denies motion by California plaintiffs in New York OpenAI case and more.

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World Music Day 2024: The History of Music and Copyright

Copyright Alliance

From classical to hip-hop and metal to opera, music is a medium that unites people despite linguistic and cultural barriers. In celebration of World Music Day 2024, we recognize the […] The post World Music Day 2024: The History of Music and Copyright appeared first on Copyright Alliance.

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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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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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Music Industry Threatens ‘Deepfake AI Music’ Service With Legal Action

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In the UK, music industry group BPI has enetered the mix, targeting AI-generated voice models and cover tracks. In so doing, they are endangering the future success of British musicians and their music.” This use of copyrighted music, combined with the commercial nature of Jammable, is not allowed according to BPI.

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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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