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Your Moment Of Zen......

Women Will Dominate—and Dismantle—the Music Industry in 2019


I'm only barely old enough to drink in "pro" musical age (22). None the less, after 22 years of surfing waves of music artistic survival, read this headline and almost spit out my coffee. The music "biz", like ALL "biz", is it's own beast. It has little to do with arts, even less "soul", and almost everything to do with social manipulation and control.... the art of "CON-Sum-Errors" (con-sumer[s]). The headline put into more honest & forward language might as well have read:
"fewer artist, focus on women, & MOAR WHOOOOORRRRREEEEEES!" -The MGMT
https://archive.org/details/TheManualHowToHaveANumber1TheEasyWay

Meanwhile, outside the "biz" and back in the really real music and arts world....
More play; less work
More art; less product
More appreciators; less conSUMerrors

#YourMomentOfZen #Music #Arts #Business #MusicBusiness #Biz #BIS #Con #Consumer #Product #Whore #TheManual #A23PInfluences #AsAThought #DoNotObey #ArtHarder


 
- #European #consumer #groups want #regulators to #act against #Google #tracking


BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Consumer agencies in the Netherlands, Poland and five other European Union countries asked privacy regulators on Tuesday to take action against Google (GOOGL.O) for allegedly tracking the movements of millions of users in breach of the bloc’s new privacy law.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-google-privacy/european-consumer-groups-want-regulators-to-act-against-google-tracking-idUSKCN1NW0BS


 
- #European #consumer #groups want #regulators to #act against #Google #tracking
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Consumer agencies in the Netherlands, Poland and five other European Union countries asked privacy regulators on Tuesday to take action against Google (GOOGL.O) for allegedly tracking the movements of millions of users in breach of the bloc’s new privacy law.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-google-privacy/european-consumer-groups-want-regulators-to-act-against-google-tracking-idUSKCN1NW0BS