Rosen, ex CEO RIAA, fa autocritica

Dalle colonne dell’Huffington Post, dove lavora come opinionista, Hilary Rosen rilascia dichiarazioni relative al suo passato incarico di numero uno dell’associazione dei discografici statunitensi.
“I do share a concern that the lawsuits have outlived most of their usefulness and that the record companies need to work harder to implemnt a strategy that legitimizes more p2p sites and expands the download and subscription pool by working harder with the tech community to get devices and music services to work better together. That is how their business will expand most quickly”, scrive la Rosen.
Sui DRM dichiara: “The iPod is still too small a part of the overall potential of the market and its propietary DRM just bugs me. Speaking of DRM, it is time to rethink that strategy as well… At some point, I will write more comprehensively about those years and these issues… then again, maybe not”.
Attualmente, la Rosen si dedica ad una carriera di consulenza e veste il ruolo di “esperta tecnologica” per numerose trasmissioni televisive americane.

Su Giovanni d'Ammassa

Avvocato con studio in Milano dal 1997, coltiva sin dall'Università lo studio e l’insegnamento del diritto d’autore. Fonda nel 1999. Appassionato chitarrista e runner.