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How Social Media Continues to Disrupt Internet Copyright Law

usemybeat | February 25, 2021 close
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DisCo is taking part in Copyright Week, a series of actions and discussions supporting key principles that should guide copyright policy. Every day this week, various groups are taking on different elements of the law, and addressing what’s at stake, and what needs to be done to make sure that copyright […]

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Coronavirus drove a boom in virtual content; to protect artists,...

usemybeat | February 25, 2021 close
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On April 19, Rainn Wilson (a.k.a. Dwight Schrute) appeared on John Krasinski’s YouTube show “Some Good News,” and warned his former “Office” cast member not to stream a Chance the Rapper song without first getting permission from the artist or the publishing company. Krasinski then brought Chance himself onto the show, and […]

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Twitch streamers are getting blindsided by years-old copyright ...

usemybeat | February 25, 2021 close
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Over the last few days, a furor has been brewing on Twitch: out of the blue, streamers started seeing copyright takedown notices appear in their inboxes. The claimant was listed as the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and the infringing material was mostly recorded clips of old live broadcasts. […]

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Facebook Will Begin Cracking Down on Music Rights Infringement

usemybeat | February 25, 2021 close
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Music content drives a massive amount of traffic on Facebook. The website has consistently been a popular platform for artists to showcase their work and connect with listeners, and serves as a valuable promotional tool for musicians and record labels. The social media giant, however, does not have a perfect relationship […]

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Social Media’s Latest Copyright Crackdown

usemybeat | February 25, 2021 close
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Last month Twitch users began to get “takedown notices” for the first time, music trade magazine Billboard reported. The notices, which reportedly came out of the blue, listed the claimant as the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and the infringing material was mostly recorded clips of old live broadcasts. Read more…

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