Thursday, April 28, 2011

Rethink Music Conference Papers

The Berkman Centre have kindly released the briefing book for the Rethink Music Conference held earlier this week in the United States. Of particular interest to me is the Framing Paper which considers some of the most recent developments in the digital music/law/internet field. The paper considers sampling, mashups and the emergence of remix culture; the changing relationship between artists and labels; anti piracy rights and the enforcement of copyright; law, policy and digital music delivery; collective licensing and alternative compensation methods, as well as network neutrality.

There are a number of other papers also worth reading so take the time to download the book and have a read.

Further Reading
Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Rethinking Music A Briefing Book (25 April 2011) < > at 28 April 2011

No comments: