Late 90s. Napster emerges from a dorm room in the U.S. and changes the music business almost overnight.
Players is all facets of the music business have been trying to figure out a way to stop the bleeding ever since.
Bryan Adams stepped up this morning in Ottawa, appearing before the House of Commons Heritage Committee to lobby the federal government to amend the Copyright Act. His goal: to give artists more ability to regain control of their songs after they’ve been sold to a company.
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