The business-legal step by iTunes

In Archive by Fredy Ore

Everywhere I look there seems to be an article, blog post or review of the new Apple iTunes version and the Music Store. Here is an interesting article, which looked more at the current legal situation with MP3’s, music and video and comments on the business and legal benefits Apple is making by launching iTunes 4.0 on April 28.
The interesting aspect of the article is that it comments on “Changing the Culture” of online music by making people more aware of their legal responsibilities.

“Law is never the leading edge. We must change the culture to solve the problem,” says David Byer an intellectual-property attorney at Boston law firm, Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault
Reference: Black J. (5 May 2003) Big Music: Win Some, Lose a Lot More? [Online] Available: