By Laura Jones and Sami S. El-Hassan-SargonawiPublished: March 06, 2017 04:00:10The internet has a history of taking its toll on musicians.
But it can also take its toll in other ways.
In the past year, music lovers across the world have been discovering their music online for the first time in the dark, without the benefit of traditional music publishing platforms like iTunes or Amazon.
They have also been making a name for themselves with the use of music sharing services, or social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram.
There’s a strong possibility that many people who share their music for the internet will soon find themselves on the receiving end of some form of copyright infringement.
This is because they can’t get access to copyright owners’ copyright-protected works, so they can only use their own works.
As music lovers continue to discover their music on the internet, there are now many ways to search for it online.
However, these methods vary, depending on the type of search engine you use.
In this guide, we will examine how to identify the various types of copyright-infringing music online.
If you are using an ISP that allows you to search and download music on their network, we also recommend you check whether you are able to search the internet for the songs you want to share online, using the Google Music service or other similar search engines.
If, after this article has been read, you want further advice, please contact the Copyright Office for your country or region.