Container vom 9. Mai 2009 von
Janko Roettgers berichtet bei NewTeeVee von der Flatrate-Front:
Faced with years of brutal sales declines, the music industry has started to embrace the idea of legalizing P2P file-sharing through an ISP fee. Warner Music hired music industry veteran Jim Griffin last year to create a licensing organization called Choruss that’s currently signing up campuses for flat-rate licensing field tests. The Isle of Man, a small tax haven located between the UK and Ireland, is working on its own flat-rate model. Canadian songwriters recently threw their support behind a flat-rate model, and most major labels seem to be at least open to discussions.