Big labels don't want music in the libraries

by Jason Gross

26 March 2008

 

Brilliant it ain’t…  Just another example of the short-sighted attitude that the industry keeps employing to destroy itself.  Why would they want their music available to the public in Canadian libraries and have another chance to experience and appreciate it?  They’re too busy firing their staffs, suing downloaders, etc..  This MacLeans’ article documents their latest round of stupidity.  Bet on this- history ain’t gonna judge them kindly.

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