The European market for the distribution of digital music for the non-commercial consumer is a highly topical issue in copyright law at the present time. Whereas the EU continues to strive for the further harmonisation of the internal market, a single market for digital services remains elusive. Barriers between Member States are artificially constructed on popular services such as iTunes, rather than the borderless nature of the Internet being taken advantage of. By approaching the question from a multi-disciplinary perspective, this book seeks to explain the reasons why creating a harmon.For example, instead of having one service for the entirety of the EU, Applea#39;s iTunes Store consists of twenty-seven independent services, ... iTunes verifies consumersa#39; country of residence through their credit card detailsa#39; (Edwards 2007, p.
|Title||:||Networks of Power in Digital Copyright Law and Policy|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-02-24|