easymusic hit by easygroup injunction

Written by stelios

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But easyGroup wasn't suggesting that music downloads are legal or encouraging pirating of music fromrepparttar internet - quiterepparttar 146469 contrary. It seems to have takenrepparttar 146470 refreshingly straightforward approach to music that we have seen revolutionise shorthaul air travel and car hire. "The music companies British Phonographic Industry are operating an outdated business model" said Stelios. "They are creating costs and complications for themselves by producing CDs, wrapping them in expensive packaging, incurringrepparttar 146471 costs of distribution and then allowing retailers to take their cut ofrepparttar 146472 cake. If they allowed easygroup legal online music downloads for a fee they could reduce their own costs and still make money by offering consumers lower prices." easymusic is part ofrepparttar 146473 easygroup of companies which includes easymoney, easycruise, easyjet, easynet, easycinema, easymobile

The full case has yet to be heard but it seems easyGroup does not intend to go quietly or apologetically to court. This is not a "Napster" style case, but it does highlightrepparttar 146474 issue that increasingly consumers want a choice of music delivery and play-media. I recently heard someone inrepparttar 146475 music industry British Phonographic Industry say "there is no conscience in easygroup's music copying". She might be right, butrepparttar 146476 more industry infighting there is,repparttar 146477 less sympathetic music consumers become. Copyright law can sit comfortably with music downloading andrepparttar 146478 time is ripe for all parties to pioneer a new approach to it which satisfiesrepparttar 146479 diverse interests of artists, consumers and record companies.

easymusic is part ofrepparttar 146480 easygroup of companies which includes easymoney, easycruise, easyjet, easynet, easycinema, easymobile

Stelios, the founder and sole investor of easyGroup

A Little Help To Find You A VoIP Phone

Written by Michael Lemm

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They also have a pretty active VoIP discussion board where you can get unedited non-PC opinions (PC politically correct....not PC personal computer LOL), breaking news good and bad, andrepparttar opportunity to ask about use and installation at:

VoIP Forum

You should also look overrepparttar 146376 info atrepparttar 146377 FCC website (Federal Communications Commission). Besidesrepparttar 146378 expected legal stuff you can see whatrepparttar 146379 Feds think consumers should receive from VoIP vendors as well as some info on set-up and use:


I have a bunch of resources which will help you choose and understand VoIP phones at my blog BroadBand Nation. Be sure to click allrepparttar 146380 links and look overrepparttar 146381 article archive too.

BroadBand Nation

Personally I'm partial to Packet8.....especially for business use (VoIP video phone, Virtual Office hosted PBX). But that's just me.

Michael is the owner of FreedomFire Communications http://ld.net/mscprez and http://DS3-Bandwidth.com ....delivering choices to both residential and business consumers worldwide for voice and data broadband services. Michael also authors BroadBand Nation http://BroadBand-Nation.blogspot.com where you're always welcome to to drop in and catch up on the latest BroadBand news, tips, and ramblings for the masses.

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