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    Ignoring RIAA lawsuits cheaper than going to trial -
    The same federal judge who oversaw the Joel Tenenbaum file-sharing trial earlier this year passed out default judgments this week against other file-swappers who never bothered to show up—and they now owe far less than Tenenbaum. (ars)
  • Apple's App Store surpasses 2 billion downloads. (DMW) Who needs to sell downloads when your pushing our 2 billion apps?
  • Citi may not forgive debt by EMI. (NY Post)
  • The More Affluent and More Urban are More Likely to use Social Networks. (Nielson)
  • Keith Jopling of Juggernaut Brew asks, "Why doesn’t the music industry have answers to the big questions?"
  • Palm ends iTunes sync cat-and-mouse game.
  • Spotify Connection Disqualifies Pirate Bay Appeal Judge - The Pirate Bay appeal is coming up in November and just as with the initial trial there is a lot of controversy surrounding the background of the various judges. Today the Appeal Court has decided to disqualify one of its lay judges because of his involvement with the music industry.(TorrentFreak)
  • The Making of TAPE: setting up a label - "We'll be going back to the start for the next few weeks to discover what it really takes."  (Independent

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