Jack Bishop's "Who are the Pirates"
A critical review of Jack Bishop's article, "Who Are the Pirates? The Politics of Piracy, Poverty and Greed in a Globalized Music Market".
# 88553 | 1,350 words | 2 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Industries) , Law (Property) , English (Analysis) , Music Studies (General)
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This essay argues that, while there are a number of interesting points raised about the current controversy over the piracy of intellectual property in Jack Bishop's book "Who are the Pirates", his strongest point, with regard to the globalized market place, is that the recording industry is not acknowledging the power of market forces.
From the Paper:"Jack Bishop, in his article "Who are the Pirates? The Politics of Piracy, Poverty and Greed in a Globalized Music Market," presents an incisive critique of the claims of the contemporary music industry regarding the "piracy" of their intellectual property."
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