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AM BRIEFING: Bush Goes Indie, Qtrax Is Back, China Crackdown, iCloud & More

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  • Bush splits with Interscope and goes indie. (Blabbermouth)
  • Qtrax tries again to make the case for ad supported downloads. (NY Times)
  • China seizes 13 million illegal video, music and print products in copyright crackdown. (Washington Post)

MORE:

  • Record Label Execs Suddenly Upset That False Copyright Claims Can Take Down Videos. (Techdirt)
  • Techno Gatekeeper: A bouncer at the hottest dance club in the world. (NY Times via Daily Swarm)
  • An in depth review of Apple's iCloud. (PCA)
  • Lil Wayne's "Tha Carter IV" Breaks Jay-Z & Kanye West's First Week iTunes Sales Record (HipHop DX)


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