The European Commission recently published on its website comments it has received from industry on an internet commerce “issues paper” published by DG Competition in September 2008. Respondents as diverse as, among others, the British Sky Broadcasting Group, Estée Lauder, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Nokia, Vivendiand the Warner Music Group have all submitted comments on the way goods are priced and sold over the Internet. From some of the comments received, it appears that the online licensing of music is a particular point of contention. The “issues
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