Is there some learning going on?

Bradner, Scott
July 1999
Network World;07/19/99, Vol. 16 Issue 29, p46
Trade Publication
Comments on entertainment industry copyright holders' opposition to MP3 music technology and the Internet. Delay in the widespread availability of technology; Reasons why copyright people go to the United States Congress instead of depending on the courts; Call for copyright owners to determine various ways to do business in which consumer honesty is not penalized.


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