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    ANALYSIS Advantages As stated before, Digital Rights Management is very prominent in the entertainment business. DRM technologies are widely used in the music distribution business. The music industry in general has a fairly positive opinion about DRM as most music distributors claim that DRM help them safeguard their precious time and money investment. Since the music companies are being protected from piracy, they actually return profits out of their sales. This enables them to invest in future projects safely and with confidence. DRM tools also encourage more content creation from existing and past artists as well as encouraging new artists to begin their music career. Digital Rights Management tools such as the one mentioned in the coursework…

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    ITunes music (Apple) store entered into the music market in 2003. However, prior to Apple 's entry into the digital world of music, the industry was fighting this new wave of music getting released to customers. However, with Apple 's release of its iPod digital-media player (2001) and adding the iTunes Store in 2003, they became the gatekeeper of digital downloads. Consequently, they promptly became supreme inside this new swim lane of the music industry. The key player that allow this was…

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    any store, physical or digital, without a group of buyers in place, you’re not going to move any merchandise. The single most tried and true method of driving traffic is with an email list. By building an email list, you’re creating a buyer base that hopefully won’t just be interested in your products, but become repeat customers. Unfortunately, you can’t just ask Amazon for a list of user emails;…

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    Does the Sharing of Music Files Through the Internet Violate Copyright Laws? Michael Gibbons, October 6, 2015, Issue 6 Facts: The issue at hand is to determine if sharing music files through the internet violates copyright laws. It was found to be illegal to share music through the internet. In the case MGM Studios v. Grokster a unanimous decision was held that Grokster was to “be held liable for violating copyright laws by providing peer-to-peer file sharing software to the public,” (Katsh…

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    Here they are: 1. Write your eBook 2. Publish your eBook 3. Promote your eBook That’s it. Now each step takes some time to complete but each step is absolutely doable. Let’s take a more in-depth look at each of these three steps! How to Write Your eBook Writing your eBook is perhaps the most daunting part of the process. Breaking it down into steps will help you realize that it is doable! • Come up with an idea: The first thing you need to do when writing your eBook is to come up with an idea…

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    strengths which include: having ample descriptions about how the artifact looks like, and its function; having a proper introduction for my artifact and the culture that will be discussed; having a natural flow of organization. For example: Jake said “Honestly, everything you said has purpose for explaining your story. It is complete from start to finish”, and Tracy said “He used great supporting evidence about the effect EBooks are having on American culture using statistics and secondary…

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    can start from the Amazon kindle eBook marketplace. Browse around and view a number of trending and popular eBooks. Make a list of all trending eBooks and make a note of their corresponding genre. Decide upon the genre from the list. Do not go changing the genre each time you write an eBook. Decide a genre and stick to it. Flood the genre with a new and constant stream of quality contents. Although everyone says not to judge a book by its cover, it is the first thing that customers and readers…

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    't find half the songs you find on filesharing programs that you do on CDs in record stores. In 1999, a free filesharing software was available online called Napster. This is where all illegal music downloading got it 's hit. The RIAA soon shut it down and sued people for the downloading of songs. Napster recently opened back up but now charges for each song you download. When Napster first began, others opened soon after. Softwares were available online to download onto your computer, such as…

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    I’m going to tell you why you should buy my Under Armour Storm backpack. This is no ordinary backpack, it has amazing features that you can’t resist. This Under Armour Storm backpack is a one of a kind that has many different pockets to hold all necessary items. It is also comfortable and has good back support and includes side pockets to hold a water bottles or a coffee thermos. There are many other exclusive benefits including a padded back and shoulders, load spring adjustable handles, and…

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    searches provide additional value to the user. For the success of e-book readers it is necessary to target the audience based on usage and age groups as this will help us marketing our devices in different manner to them and earn maximum market. They are: • High usage users of age 35-50 who can use it to read subscriptions along with books. • Younger low usage users who will be using their smartphones frequently & e-book readers for reading books. Publishers & E-books: • E-books have opened a…

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