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This Week: an interview with Ian Hogarth, co-founder of Songkick.com, Last.fm loses its co-founders, France’s three strikes law runs into more trouble, Universal Music partners with ISP Virgin Media in the Uk to provide an all you can eat music service DRM-free and Myspace is in more trouble with rumors of large layoffs and closures of European and some US offices.
Interview with Ian Hogarth from Songkick:
Last.fm founders leave the company
Three strikes law in more trouble in France: http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/article6478542.ece#cid=OTC-RSS&attr=1063742
Studies in the Uk : Users would be deterred by three strikes threat if it involved disconnection: http://www.paidcontent.co.uk/entry/419-research-special-three-strikes-threat-would-work-many-users-would-pay-i/
Another study reports that users would not be deterred unless the letters contained a specific threat of disconnection….
Universal Music partners with UK ISP Virgin Media to provide a subscription drm-free all you can eat service
Myspace rumored to be planning large layoffs: