The speakers will exchange on the new internet users consumption practices on streaming platforms. Is the migration of the practices towards streaming platfoms confirmed ? Are the types of consumed contents different in streaming from those in download ? Why do smartradios and playlists seem to stand out on these platforms ? Finally, how the artists succeed in emerging among catalogs of more than 30 million titles and how do platforms adapt their editorial strategy ?
Speakers will then debate on the impact the social networks have on the types of music listened to by internet users ? Is this a step towards a standization of the consumed contents or do internet users personalize their listening in a greater way, creating a multitude of specialized consumers micro-communities ? How do distribution platforms adapt themselves to the evolution of these practices and how do these actors develop their business model ?
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Hadopi, the High Authority for the distribution of Works and the Protection of Rights on the Internet, is an independent public authority, Its missions are set out in the Creation and Internet Act dated 12 June 2009 :
• encouraging the development of legal supply and observing the legal and illegal use of works on the Internet,
• protecting works from violations of rights, through the graduated response procedure;
• regulating the use of technical protection measures.
The High Authority’s fields of action and missions were set out in the Code on Intellectual Property.