Jim Griffin claims that his Choruss scheme has signed up tens of thousands of students in various US universities to take part in its year-long experiment in legal P2P licensing. The scheme has evolved somewhat – it seems students will now pay varying amounts to access the service: “We’ve had students tell us it’s worth $20 a month – to share what they want to share,” he told the World Copyright Summit this week. “The student representatives allocated their own money to pay for music. They don’t want to pay for Music the Product, but Music the Service.” Following the experiment, Choruss plans to approach US ISPs. “We can approach ISPs with metrics in hand, not speculation.”

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