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In the news…
In the face of congressional scrutiny, Verizon scales back its exclusivity deals.
The Pirate Bay looks to go legit with royalty fees and a user-powered/subsidized business model.
Sale of Michael Jackson’s final rehearsal complicated by existing deals, television tributes, insane prices.
With the approach of the MLB trade deadline, it may be helpful to brush up on the byzantine personnel rules.
EDIT: It was probably inevitable, but the RIAA has now admitted that DRM is dead.
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