Napster lives to fight another day as accusations fly
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Digital music firm begs for a hearing
Net giant says its music software employees were acting on their own when they made 'Gnutella,' a takeoff on the controversial Napster program.
New system to prevent "casual copying" of CDs
Photo-Me deal will see digital music kiosks at shopping centres and stations
Novels, poems and essays published in MP3
SDMI members reckon the initiative is in trouble...
The copyright debate around digital music is now focussing on proposed EU policy.
First time a major artist and label have released a single only in the controversial digital audio format.
European Union copyright policy on the Net is being unfairly influenced by the big five media companies, according to a consortium of leading Internet entrepreneurs. On Tuesday one member accused the EU of indirectly funding the music industry's controversial Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI).
Will offer music on request, using heavy-duty distribution technology.
Virgin Entertainment Group -- the parent company of Virgin Megastores -- is to offer downloadable music via an online service called Virgin JamCast.
The digital music revolution moved a step closer Monday with Universal announcing it will release a wide selection of its catalogue for digital download.
With a major investment by MTV Networks Online and a distribution deal inked with the Universal Music Group on Tuesday, digital music portal RioPort Inc. seems ready to fight for a prime position in the future of digital downloadable music.
MP3 is here to stay despite efforts by the music industry to kill it off, according to research released Tuesday by analyst firm Jupiter Communications.
Start-up I-Jam Multimedia Corp. plans to unveil its new MP3 player at the MP3 Summit '99 in La Jolla, California.
Piracy-proof digital music players could be on shelves in time for Christmas if the record-industry backed Secure Digital Music Initiative has its way.