July 23rd, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

A new report from the Department Of Communications in Australia has found that illegal downloading is somewhat entrenched in the country. It claims that 43% of respondents (over the age of 12) who download...

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April 22nd, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

The European Commission may be poised to “loosen” geo-blocking so that more people within the EU would be able to buy digital content from outside of their home countries, while stiffening up copyright...

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July 21st, 2014 by Music Ally Blog

It’s a busy time for Kim Dotcom’s two latest startups, Mega and Baboom. Mega had some bad news last week as the online storage site was blocked in Italy by ISPs, after accusations of film piracy by...

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August 23rd, 2013 by Music Ally


David Hasselhoff doesn't feature in the 'Baywatch' study published yesterday by a team of Dutch researchers.

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February 19th, 2013 by Music Ally


Grooveshark remains locked in legal battles with labels, but CEO Sam Tarantino is putting on a brave face. "Just because we’re in lawsuits does not mean we are an illegal service.

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November 30th, 2012 by Music Ally


More than 10,000 artists and creators have signed up to get their work promoted in The Pirate Bay's Promo Bay feature, which flagged up free content on the homepage of the filesharing site.

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March 16th, 2012 by Music Ally


Last year, a group of the largest US ISPs agreed a joint policy to start to tackle illegal filesharing on their networks, with plans to send out warning letters to customers accused of hooky downloads

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February 10th, 2012 by Music Ally


Fresh from being attacked by independent publisher Songs Music over its payouts policy, Vevo is now facing a rather different controversy. TechCrunch attended an event at Vevo's Sundance PowerStation venue...

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January 21st, 2011 by Music Ally


Last year, a group of big internet companies - including Google, Vkontakte, Mail.ru and Yandex - published an open letter asking copyright holders to stop targeting them in cases of online copyright infringement...

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