Is the internet in fact dead and can it be revived? Read about dead internet theory and how it relates to digital identities.
My latest writing on the dangerous consequences of “cancel culture”, and the recent controversy over The Joe Rogan Experience on Spotify.
Learn what NFTs are, how to make them, the legal pitfalls of buying them, and why investors pour thousands and millions of dollars into the NFT market.
The music industry is up for disruption. New blockchain-based streaming services such as Audius and ROCKI are challenging the norms, and provide new opportunities for artists and listeners alike.
A global copyright registry based on blockchain technology could solve many of the issues that the copyright regime struggles with today. Learn about the God Protocol, and how it could theoretically replace digital rights law and the use of DRM technologies.
In this post, we will gain an understanding of what DRM is and how it protects copyright protected work. In the mid-to-late 00s DRMs was a hot topic. Although the subject is less talked about today, DRMs still present complications in the modern streaming-era.
Should it be allowed to resell E-books and other digital works? This area of law has caused much confusion among European lawyers in recent years. The question is now officially settled with Court of Justice of the European Unions decision in Tom Kabinet (C‑263/18)
Today is the best of times and the worst of times for music. More music is being distributed than ever before, yet to make a decent living off a musical talent is harder than it has ever been. Let’s have a look at some of the major issues that the music industry faces today.
What are copyright laws, who owns the music we hear, and what role do copyrights play in the music industry? These questions will be answered in this post.