Voluntary Collective Licensing of Music File Sharing

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Report 1

* Report: Fred von Lohmann, A Better Way Forward: Voluntary Collective Licensing of Music File Sharing, April 2008

URL = http://www.eff.org/files/eff-a-better-way-forward.pdf

The legal battles surrounding peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing are a losing proposition for everyone. The record labels continue to face sliding sales, while the tens of millions of American file sharers—American music fans—are made to feel like criminals. Every day the collateral damage mounts—privacy at risk, innovation stymied, economic growth suppressed, and random unlucky individuals singled out for lawsuits by the recording industry. In the meantime, the lawsuits against music fans have not put a penny into the pockets of artists.


Report 2

* Report: Fred von Lohmann, Monetizing File-Sharing: Collective Licensing Good, ISP Tax Bad, March 2008

URL = http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2008/03/monetizing-file-sharing-collective-licensing-good-isp-tax-bad