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Physical music sales continued to decline over Christmas, though impulse buy opportunities remain
The Grammys' diversity problem defended with maths
Government extends rules for ticket resellers, publishes guidelines for the touts
CISAC responds to publishers' demands over Spanish collecting society
Music publishers call on CISAC to suspend Spanish collecting society SGAE
Songwriters Guild Of America backs amended Music Modernization Act
US Copyright Royalty Board ignored the market when setting webcasting rates, says SoundExchange
Google bigs up its new ticket tout advertising rules, FanFair says more to be done
European Commission to investigate Apple's Shazam acquisition
Apple Music's US subscribers to pass Spotify's by the summer
Spotify adds songwriter credits to its desktop app
Appeals court overturns BMG's safe harbour win, despite strengthening its case
Pandora to lay off 5% of its workforce
BASCA responds to resignation of four Songwriter Committee members
Content Creators Coalition urges Congress to investigate YouTube's 'non-disparagement agreements' with artists
Music industry welcomes US mechanical royalty ruling
Two further women accuse Nelly of sexual assault
Spotify investor says streaming market will quadruple in size to $40 billion by 2025
YouTube to start issuing ISNI numbers to creators
Kim Dotcom sues New Zealand government for billions over 2012 MegaUpload raid
UK government to put 'agent of change' into planning rules
China, AI and music education in the spotlight as CMU Insights returns to The Great Escape
MMF publishes Digital Dollar book and launches Transparency Index initiative
Ireland adds more websites to web-blocking list
Stream-ripping, Pirate Bay and even vKontakte appear in US government's annual piracy report
Songkick settles Live Nation litigation 
Music community gathers in Westminster to back agent of change proposals
Radiohead publisher denies it has gone legal in Lana Del Rey Creep dispute
Sony/ATV signs on the dotted line with Facebook
Lana Del Rey sued by Radiohead over plagiarism claims

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