Companies known for evangelizing the benefits of making creative work available on the Internet use their market power to make the work of indie artists and creators inaccessible.
Apply regulatory oversight of access to the pipe and completely steer clear of regulation of content.
The transition to a digital marketplace has been a bumpy ride for creators.
At Rochester Institute of Technology, we’re taking on the challenge of creating tools to make the world more accessible for those with hearing, vision, mobility or other physical and cognitive issues.
It’s understandably difficult for politicians to stand up to the National Association of Broadcasters.
Music streaming giant Pandora now gets away with paying songwriters roughly 9 cents, on average, for playing their song 1,000 times.
Radio frequency that is known as “unlicensed spectrum” plays a critical role in keeping us connected and advancing innovation and tech entrepreneurship in the 21st century.
Honda, Toyota, Target, Kraft, Lego, and Claritin are spending gobs of money every day to finance theft – whether they know it or not.
In the European Union, the process of whitewashing history is underway.
With the addition of every new innovation the established music business has convinced Congress to stymie the new business.