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The ten most-read news stories on the CMU site in July 2015

By | Published on Saturday 1 August 2015

Trent Reznor

Below you’ll find the top ten most read news stories on the CMU website in July 2015, topped by a report on some Canadian politicians falling foul of copyright law. Who could have guessed that taking a Nine Inch Nails t-shirt and writing your own name on it would be so problematic?

Before we get to the news, let’s just take a quick moment to look at our five most popular features last month. There was a column from Eddy Temple-Morris on his new stage at the Secret Garden Party festival, an episode of the CMU Podcast, an Approved piece on Frida Sundemo, an article from this year’s CMU @ TGE conference on pitching tracks to playlists and, in a meta move, the June edition of this top ten list.

The top ten most-read news stories in full:

01: Canadian politicians red-faced over Nine In Nails copyright infringing t-shirts
02: Judge refuses to cut Suge Knight bail
03: Robbie Williams granted planning permission despite Jimmy Page’s objections
04: FTC now properly investigating Apple tax on music apps
05: Phil Rudd given eight months home detention over death threat charge
06: MegaUpload execs fight to get their assets back from the US government
07: All-new Grooveshark taken down twice and counting
08: Alesha Dixon on Stereo Kicks: “What’s wrong with these bands
09: BBC Radio announces details of app upgrade that resulted in Neil Young ban
10: Ents 24 crunches tracking stats to assess artists rising in popularity

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