Thursday, December 6, 2007

Canadian songwriters propose monetizing P2P in Canada

The Songwriters Association of Canada has proposed an interesting solution for Canada's P2P woes. Charge customers a fee at the ISP and monetize file sharing. I think this is a great idea. Realistically if something like this had happened during the first Napster, the music industry wouldn't be in the shape it is today (and everyone would be making a LOT more money). I would have no problem paying TW $15-20 more a month to treat the whole internet like a Netflix-watch-it-on-demand-type service. To bad it'll probably never happen here stateside... schniff...

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