Jury says Led Zeppelin did not rip off “Stairway to Heaven” | Ars TechnicaPlant testified that he could not remember encountering the band Spirit. "I don't have a recollection of almost anyone I've hung out with," Plant said. He added that he couldn't remember playing with the band at a 1970 venue in England, either. "I can't actually recall Spirit or anyone playing there with the passing of time," he said.I think it's ironic that the audio samples are on YouTube and more than likely are actual examples of infringement!
Vimeo is a terrific site, have never seen any infringing materials there. Unlike YouTube, of course, which has the entire Discovery documentary catalog seemingly available on random user accounts :(
DMCA wins big in record label lawsuit against Vimeo | Ars Technica: "A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that ISP's such as video-sharing sites like Vimeo are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act for pre-1972 musical recordings uploaded by their users.
Can't wait to start rebuilding my CD collection.
Report insists Apple 'keeping options open' on phasing out iTunes downloads: "While the company doesn't have a definite timeline at this stage, Apple is allegedly changing the architecture of iTunes in such a way that it could more easily drop downloads if sales saw a precipitous decline, sources told Digital Music News. Paid downloads are already "entering a free fall" in 2016, the publication claimed, citing leaked preliminary statistics. "
New guitar tech?
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