As in most of the world, copyright laws in South Korea have been steadily improving in the past several years, especially as they relate to artists' rights. Indeed, the country's system has been praised as one that actually works, with Village Roadshow's Co-Chief Executive Officer Graham Burke referring to its approach of using education, pricing, and availability incentives as . . .
The legal concept of "copyright" was first ratified by the United Kingdom's Statute of Anne of 1709. As room was not made for the unauthorized reproduction of copyrighted content within this newly formulated statutory right, the courts gradually created a doctrine of "fair abridgement", which later became "fair use", that recognized the utility of such actions. The doctrine . . .
We've heard of talk of fair use in the context of downloading, sharing and performing of copyrighted works. What's it all about? How are ordinary consumers affected? It's good if we know our rights as consumers, and it's also good for creators of content, art or music to acknowledge fair use. Fair use is a doctrine in United States copyright law that allows limited use of . . .
The site Love to Know Music, offers free and legal downloads for members and it has quite a collection of free downloads from a myriad of artists. From Country Music, Reggae, Smashing Pumpkins, Electronica and more music from around the globe, they have them all ready for download. They might not have the big names but they have some of the most promising artists along with . . .
One of the sites that cater to the new generation of artists who are seeking to make it big in the music scene that offers free membership that allows bands and people to share their music with the world and other music lovers like them. There is also a premium membership that has some value added features allowing more access to all the latest gigs and events in the music . . .