Musicians at war with Zimura, ZBC? – The Standard

There are many reasons why wars start among nations. Way back in 1976, Bob Marley came up with a philosophy on how races and nations end up fighting each other when he sang: by Fred Zindi Until the philosophy which holds one race superior And another Inferior Is finally And permanently Discredited And abandoned Everywhere is war Me say war.

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How bands are escaping the music industry snake pit

Music streaming – playing songs over the internet “on demand” – is widely regarded as having saved the music industry, following an era of music piracy marked by falling CD and vinyl sales.

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Not So Blurred Lines – IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Some IP commentators love to hate the Blurred Lines music copyright decision. A primary critique has stoked unnecessary fear in musicians that the decision blurs the line between protectable expression and unprotectable style or genre. Much of the animosity, however, is based on misunderstanding or misconstruing the law or facts.

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