(2007) 224 FreePint 17
2 Pages Posted: 27 Sep 2015
Date Written: 2007
Music is among the most captivating topics in cyberspace. On almost any given day, headlines highlight something new happening in the online music industry. Often the story involves litigation against anybody threatening traditional business models. Lawyers obviously aren't the only people interested in these developments, but legal issues do permeate all aspects of distributing music via the internet. So it isn't surprising that lawyers are tackling this topic more frequently. Leading information technology law practitioner Andrew Sparrow is among the latest to do so. This paper is a review of his publication, Music Distribution on the Internet.
Keywords: Intellectual property Law, Public Policy
JEL Classification: O34
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
de Beer, Jeremy, Book Review of 'Music Distribution on the Internet' (2007). (2007) 224 FreePint 17. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2661027