Thirty-five years ago, I was involved in a startup magazine for recording studios. Those were the days when there actually were recording studios. And recordings were made on 2-in. tape, which was the source material for a historic generation of music that would have sounded a whole lot worse if it weren’t for Ray Dolby. […]
The entertainment industry’s treasure — its content — is being plundered by pirates of all forms. In today’s digital world, we are under siege by organized crime, anonymous hackers, recalcitrant cyberlockers, and even our own customers.