The Union Of Musicians And Allied Workers Seeks Justice At Spotify

And why Spotify’s stranglehold on music is worse than Clear Channel or the RIAA

Image modified from UMAW Justice At Spotify campaign materials

On Monday, March 15, the Union Of Musicians And Allied Workers held demonstrations at Spotify offices in more than 30 cities around the world, including nearly a dozen US locations. A press release from UMAW details…

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