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Copyright problems of MySpace

The freedom of MySpace users became probably little more “wild” than the authors initially intended. News Corp., the parent company of MySpace, said Monday that it would be employing technology aimed at keeping copyrighted material off its pages. Additionally, the site would crack down on violators of the policy, kicking them off the popular social networking site. Technology from Gracenote would scan music uploaded to the site’s profile pages and then compare it to the privately held company’s database. If it detects the file does not match a filing with the company, it would be blocked.

If a user continues to attempt to upload illicit files, it would result in his or her account being deleted. In addition to these moves, MySpace would also remove copyrighted material when requested by the labels and other content owners.”MySpace is staunchly committed to protecting artists’ rights – whether those artists are on major labels or are independent acts,” said Chris DeWolfe, CEO and co-founder of MySpace. “This is another important step we’re taking to ensure artists control the content they create.” Gracenote says that its technology, known as MusicID, is used in several different applications, including content filtering, broadcast monitoring, mobile music recognition, music file recognition and rights clearance. By the way, do you also think that putting some stupid music on background of webpage (which was “in” may be in 1990s) increase your MySpace respect? Well may be if you insterested in respect of similarly oriented geeks, then it’s the right choice, but it’s just and only annoying for normal people…

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  1. October 31st, 2006 | 00:46

    LOL! I remember the days that people used to put WAV (or worse, MIDI) files as their background music. I hated that, because they didn’t use frames and so every time you went to another page the irritating music started all over again!! One day my grand children will laugh at my generation.

    “You people used to download at 20 Mbit/s!?! HAHAHAHAHA!!”

  2. sainthalo
    October 31st, 2006 | 01:15

    respect, myspace music sucks unless of course you’re visiting a musicians site!

    also martin can you fuckin read all those myspace sites? most seem to be unreadable with stupid pictures which make it impossible to read. i geuss the pix and friend count is enough.

  3. ZV
    October 31st, 2006 | 06:08

    Well, there goes Myspace. When they do shit like this it stifles the very thing the site is popular for. Just like YouTube, now you can’t watch crappy videos because of the copyright stuff.

  4. Mr. X
    October 31st, 2006 | 09:34

    Yeah fuck copyrights they used to be good in the beginning now the corporations are using them against the people to squeeze out more profits. Support things like creative commons – next time you decide to put a copyright sign on your webpage why not consider CC creative commons.
    http://creativecommons.org/
    http://creativecommons.org/

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