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All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. Are you ready for Woke Disney? All to the good. She is feeling oppressed by her former record label, which is insisting on retaining rights to her music, music that she composed, performed, and promoted.
Now the left and right are weighing in on the great controversy, attempting to use it for their own purposes. Elizabeth Warren tweeted a bitter attack on an implausible but politically predictable target:. Unfortunately, TaylorSwift13 is one of many whose work has been threatened by a private equity firm. Income from Ms. Taylor wrote the songs, recorded the songs, marketed the songs, so it just seems odd here that she is being forced away from claiming them as her property to do with what she wants. Yes, you could say this is a matter of contract.
Tayler signed away her rights and then left for another record label. Her plight is of her own making.
And yet, there is another layer operating here. Artists have chafed under these kinds of arrangements for many decades. Every famous band and singer has had brutal conflicts with their labels, from Metallica to Kesha and beyond. It got so bad for Prince that he even changed his name to get away from having his own music somehow owned by someone else. We of the pro-market ideology like to talk about how markets are about cooperation, mutual agreement, and happiness all around.
The heart of the matter here is copyright. Let us be clear: copyright is not based on a normal contract. It is a state-granted right of monopoly privilege. It is usually presumed to belong to the artist. This is a myth. Precisely, and you can see this history at work even in the earliest copyright laws of 16th century England. The crown wanted to suppress the writings of Catholics or Protestants depending on who was in charge. Rather than the outright use of violence to censor, the method was to appoint the London Company of Stationers as the enforcement agents with a monopoly on all printing.
There is absolutely no evidence that authors wanted anything like this. In the U. Notice the tweak from the British case in which the right belonged to the crown to grant to publishers. Authors and inventors routinely sign over their rights copyright or distribution rights to publishers and studios. Again, this is an industrial privilege, not a grant of rights to creators. To understand how the contracts would work in a copyright-free world, just consider the way normal contracts work.
Later you change your mind and at the last minute decide that you want a different company to do it.
Breaking that contract comes at a cost, as specified in the contract. You pay the fee and move on. No one is harmed because the company is compensated.
Algonquin Club currently has reciprocal arrangements with more than clubs around the world and is considered as one of the best. And you will also find it hard to spot any African-American players in many of the most elite clubs around the world, throughout history they were.
With copyright, an exit clause is not part of the deal. Authors do not typically understand that under conventional copyright, their work is effectively owned by the publisher for 70 years beyond the death of the author.
Whereas the law used to be 14 years, it can now last more than a century. Nothing stands in the way of laws that would make it even worse.
Authors and artists are routinely victimized by this mess. To be sure, Taylor has herself been a bit confused about this topic all along. She has withheld her music from streaming services on the belief that she should be the sole owner of the sounds she has made.