REWIND: Mulve Hits The Scene, Music Should Cost More Than A Latte, File-Sharers Go To Hell, & More

image from www.hypebot.com The music industry started the week out with a massive net attack that took down the sites of the RIAA and MPAA for a few hours. Then came the unexpected announcement that renowned music industry blogger Eliot Van Buskirk is leaving Wired and working for The EchoNest. MySpace is continuing its efforts to stay relevant in the changing climate and is looking to do a visual refresh of the site on the 15th of October. The Supreme Court may hear their first file-sharing case.  As well, Spanish courts have ruled that YouTube isn’t liable for user uploads. The music download tool Mulve hit the scene and is looking to be the industry’s worst nightmare come true.

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