Five years ago, I was of the opinion that protecting your music from piracy on a case-by-case basis was a waste of time. You could get a Google alert on Monday notifying you that some site had just posted your MP3s for free, and if you wrote to that site’s owners asking them to remove …
WARNING: Not Suitable for Some Workplaces! (It’s a Real Time interview, so don’t expect Disney language… from Bill Maher.) Anyway, in this clip Aloe Blacc talks about why copyright and music publishing laws need to catch up with the new technologies that facilitate the creation and dissemination of musical compositions.