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  1. Business Matters: Google Shines a Light on Huge Effort to Fight Piracy at Google Search

    May 25, 2012 1:59 PM EDT Google Shines a Light on Huge Effort to Tackle Piracy at Google Search -- Google has lifted the veil on its anti-piracy efforts by launching an online Transparency Report that offers details on the issuers and targets of removal requests for Googl ...

  2. Business Matters: EMI, Jammie Thomas, 'Napster Moment' For Ebooks

    October 18, 2010 12:00 AM EDT -- The Terra Firma-Citigroup case starts in a New York City court today (Oct. 18). If the case is going to court, that means the two sides didn't reach the settlement that some in the media were painting as a real possibility before the trial ...

  3. Business Matters: Live Nation, LimeWire, Eircom, Isohunt and More

    May 24, 2010 12:00 AM EDT Follow Glenn Peoples on Twitter -- Live Nation shut down its music and entertainment news site LiveDaily on Friday, May 21. The Ticketmaster-owned site debuted in 1998. ( @livedaily ) -- The New York Times’ article “Man Behind the Service” takes a ...

  4. This Week's 10 Most Popular Stories On Billboard.biz

    October 30, 2009 12:00 AM EDT The following is a round-up of the 10 most popular stories on Billboard.biz during the past week. 1. Analysis: What Impact Will Google Music Search Have? How successful will this the newly launched Google search be? It depends on (1) how difficult ...

  5. Study: Pirate Bay Closure Slowed Piracy Temporarily

    October 28, 2009 12:00 AM EDT According to a white paper by DtecNet, a provider of piracy detection services, the closure of the Pirate Bay disrupted global file-sharing but volumes are recovering to previous levels. In "With Pirate Bay Foundering, Where Have File Sharers ...

  6. Business Matters: Albums Not Dead, Hastings Q2, Digital = Green?

    August 18, 2009 12:00 AM EDT -- The dead CD format turns out not to be dead. It’s not a surprise to anybody in the music industry, but you’d have to excuse the general public, for years barraged by CD obituaries from the media (especially tech bloggers), for thinking the CD w ...