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Australian government takes safe harbour reform out of copyright bill
Feargal Sharkey to unveil £50,000 battle of the bands competition
Georgia Supreme Court rules in favour of iHeart in yet another pre-1972 lawsuit
Warner launches streaming-only label
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Spinrilla hits back at labels lawsuit
Police investigating conduct of former BPI anti-piracy chief
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Spotify's new label deals to include windowing, say sources
Pre-1972 copyright question heading to California's Supreme Court
Entertainment industry says it'll pay to rescue former MegaUpload data at risk
Taylor Swift probably isn't setting up a streaming service, but imagining she is passes the time I suppose
French retailer Fnac announces strategic alliance with Deezer
Ty Segall would rather give you his music for free than have you listen to it on Spotify
Pandora puts its on-demand service live
Music industry criticises Australian safe harbour expansion plan
SoundCloud plays down talk of
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Kickass man's lawyer plans to take case to human rights court
Test case against web-block evader dismissed
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72% of web users won't be budged by ISP's anti-piracy emails
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Spotify buys audio ID maker Sonalytic
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Access out-performing ownership in entertainment retail
Vevo teams up with Jorja Smith to fund a music video for the first time