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    MP3 Piracy

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    control. The cost of controlling the piracy issues over the Internet would cost record companies more money than what they are losing due to MP3 trading. The record industry is trying to fight the major sites and companies in court with copyright suits. Quinlan states “ Although downloading music over the Internet and playing it back on computer or portable digital music players has become increasingly popular, major record labels have been slow to embrace distribution over the Web because of the difficultly

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    be to health care on the web. A hacker downloads thousands of medical records from the University of Washington Medical School [1]. Eli Lilly and Co. accidentally discloses the email addresses of 6000 patients who are taking Prozac [2]. With these incidents fresh in the minds of many people, the privacy of medical information has been a hot topic. It has joined other issues such as the confidentiality of financial records in the forefront of the American public’s consciousness. In April, 2001

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    influence. B.     The shift of interest towards profits instead of creativity in the Industry. C.     The emergence of counter pop movements. D.     Record labels look to capitalize on these movements. III.     Third I will discuss the seventies. A.     Folk rock and other sub-genres B.     Disco C.     Punk rock and its deviance from major record companies IV.     Fourth and last I will talk about the eighties on through today, and how this industry morphed into what it is today. A. The beginnings

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    Royalties and Licensing

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    of the 'synchronisation' of a composition to the required film/image, advertisement or voice-over. Sometimes, a second license is required when using a specific recording of the track, called the 'master license,' which must be obtained from the record company. Songwriters and publishers receive royalties when the music is used for this purpose. Mechanical licences and royalties: Mechanical licensing refers to permissions granted to mechanically reproduce music onto any kind of media for public

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    on a gramophone record, which would be mass produced and sold at different brick-and-mortar stores throughout the US. The music publisher would then share a part of the profit with the musician. Since each and every person who wanted the commodity to enjoy the musician’s music whenever they want needed to buy the gramophone record it meant that almost everyone paid for the music they listened to. Sure, someone could borrow a record from a friend, but at the same time, the record was not available

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    extent in current years to which this personal data about citizens can be obtained and made available to many interested parties. The is sue, therefore, affects everyone. Privacy and the consumer, privacy and the workplace, and privacy and medical records in the Information Age are all issues of privacy that people must deal with today. In the 1990's, the Internet has virtually changed the lifestyle of the consumer. One-to-one marketing and advertising has become very popular on the Internet

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    Network Security

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    Network Security You can think of network security as an insurance policy in a dangerous new world. In the good old days of centralized processing, is all you had to do was simply lock the computer room door and restrict entrance access. Those days are long gone in light of decentralized processing, the internet and vast communi-cation networks. Personal data and transaction security through networks is of paramount concern when processing through the expanding networks held by government

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    Becoming a Music Producer

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    Becoming a Music Producer What is one job that can combine a love for music and a strong work ethic? Although there are numerous answers, a music producer seems to fit the bill perfectly. The job description of a music producer is a long list of responsibilities and obligations that prove to be well worth it when the paycheck arrives. If one desired to pursue this career field, he or she would have to be extremely committed and resourceful. The journey to become a successful producer can be long

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    Essay On Authenticity

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    impression ‘that the listener’s experience of life is being validated, that music is “telling it like it is” for them’”. Sampling was made possible by the “emergence of digital sound technology in the 1960s and 1970s” and made it possible for artists to record new songs “by doing nothing more than combining elements of previous songs”. Yet the clear-cut ideologies of authenticity become watery ... ... middle of paper ... ... songs that are written by others are automatically considered unauthentic

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    enjoy and pass the time. Music had always been in high demand for all types of genres including anything from Rap to Jazz. In the 1960’s, new bands, songs, and different types of music were popping out of nowhere. All of this was coming from major record companies like Motown who were spitting out everything from songs and new artist competing with the British invasion. Nowadays, there are shows that help get new singers and bands. There are many ways to find singers and music like in studios or on

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