According to an increasing number of administrators and IT chiefs at public universities in U.S., the music industry’s pursuit of students indicted of illegal file sharing is cutting into their faculty’s work day. It seems that lately, some universities have refused to send “pre-litigation” letters to students proposing them a settlement out-of-court with the RIAA.
The Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform has issued a consultation paper addressing the matter of copyright infringing peer-to-peer file sharing of music, films and videos. The document aims to launch a “co-regulatory approach that could be adopted in order to facilitate and ensure co-operation between Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) and rights holders to
Awaiting its annual shareholder meeting on September 18, the once digital-music pioneer, now legal service aspirant Napster announced its stakeholders in a letter Friday that it’s still employing investment bank UBS and may be planning some “strategic alternatives” in seeking a buyer. The purpose of the letter was to determine shareholders not to give their