Mark Lemley’s record from Google Academics.
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[Editor Charlie sez: As David Lowery has posted, it’s looking like the Senate version of the “Music Modernization Act” may not include the CLASSICS Act which would require royalty deadbeats at the Digital Media Association, SiriusXM and Pandora to pay their fair share of performance royalties for our legacy artists who recorded before 1972. This loophole has been exploited and defended by the head of the Digital Media Association while he was formerly at SiriusXM and Pandora. David caught him promoting a position from Google shills Public Knowledge and now Terry Hart has called out Professor Mark Lemley for trying to pull the bait and switch from the House bill to the Senate version of MMA (which means “Music Modernization Act” not “Make More Algorithms”). Professor Lemley has plenty of entries in the “Google Academics” database, a handy tool for tracking Google’s influence.]
On April 25, the U.S. House…
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