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French broadband users most likely to buy music from their ISP, says study

A report by Strategy Analytics claims that French broadband users are more likely to buy music and games from their ISPs than from sites/stores like iTunes and Amazon.
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MusicTank file-sharing report calls for new business models

Last year, MusicTank ran a series of events in the UK tagged ''Let's Sell Recorded Music!''
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Canadian ISPs kicking back against net neutrality demands

Canada's telecoms regulator is currently holding a hearing into net neutrality, and ISPs and music industry bodies have been objecting to the idea.
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Bundles of joy

After partnering with Sky last month to create a music download service, Universal’s Rob Wells predicted that “bundling it in with their broadband or set-top box subscription will be an inevitability.” But...
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7digital launching tailored download service for UK ISPs

Part of the recent Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the UK government, ISPs and the music industry involved making more legal download services available. 7digital is hoping to capitalise on that, having announced...
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BPI angered British government with late grandstanding before ISP deal

It's emerged that the BPI was rapped by UK government minister Baroness Vadera on the day its recent memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed by the government and various labels, ISPs and film industry bodies.
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UK labels and ISPs announce new partnership agreement for file sharing

A quiet news day in the UK has propelled news of a Memorandum of Understanding between the six biggest UK ISPs and the BPI and brokered by the UK Government right to the top of the news agenda.