Where's the Fair Use?

Mat Greenfield | Posted 18.02.2016 | UK Tech
Mat Greenfield

Online video has proven to be one of the Internet's most disruptive frontier's, shaking the ground beneath the feet of Hollywood and television more than any other. It's taken the power of publicity away from marketing execs and carefully-controlled promotional work and allowed honest opinions to be heard.

The Indie Rap Economics of SOPA

MC Lars | Posted 02.04.2012 | UK Entertainment
MC Lars

If the internet were compromised or regulated to the point where the 13% of my traditional digital income (from iTunes, Spotify, and others) were to disappear, it could likely mean that people would turn to getting my music for free, which would then mean that I would need more ticket and t-shirt sales in order to maintain my income level. (My income, by the way, covers my expenses, taxes, and health insurance, and that's it.)