Talk:Music piracy

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Needs more history. Links to history of RIAA?[edit]

This article reads like it was written by the pirate party and music executives and then edited to compromise. The world existed before radios yet alone computers. (talk) 23:23, 20 May 2016 (UTC)

  • I agree. I actually started this page years ago as a college student for a small student-run elective class. My project partner and I originally envisioned this as an overview of the history of music piracy; my partner had done research on, and was supposed to write about, pre-digital music piracy -- for example, apparently people used to listen to music in concert, transcribe it, and (illegally) distribute the sheet music. He never wrote his part of the article, though, and I was never able to find the time to search for whatever sources he'd found, so "History" was removed from the title. But I still think a much broader and deeper look at the history would make this a more interesting article. Android the Andrew (talk) 05:30, 5 December 2016 (UTC)