Summary:

A slightly off-kilter proposal by P2P lobbying group on monetizing file-swapping for music companies. Under the plan, record labels would encode their songs with copy-protection technology so users would have to pay a small fee, between 80 cents and 40 cents, to listen to them. Prolific […]

A slightly off-kilter proposal by P2P lobbying group on monetizing file-swapping for music companies. Under the plan, record labels would encode their songs with copy-protection technology so users would have to pay a small fee, between 80 cents and 40 cents, to listen to them.
Prolific song-swappers would be encouraged to convert their collections of unprotected material into the protected format, and then paid a portion of the fees collected each time somebody purchases a song after copying it from them.

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