Interesting Tim O'Reilly article.

From: Sellam Ismail <>
Date: Mon Dec 16 11:41:01 2002

On Mon, 16 Dec 2002, Feldman, Robert wrote:

> <quote> NPR's Rick Karr reports on the latest developments in the ongoing
> dispute between record companies and artists over royalty payments. Two of
> the five major labels say they will change the way they compute royalties,
> to make them more transparent and less confusing. The record companies hope
> the changes will convince more artists to join the fight against free
> downloads of music on the Internet. </quote>

So in other words, artists are feeling screwed and this is why they are
loathe to denounce file sharing? My guess is that after they see what
they are really losing, they will be more inclined to support file

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