Prince's Legendary IP Control In Doubt After Death
By Bill Donahue (April 22, 2016, 10:00 PM EDT) -- Pop legend Prince was notorious for the tight control he sought over his intellectual property, fighting both pioneering battles against record labels and controversial lawsuits against fans. But with his passing on Thursday, experts say those strict controls could be in question.
Prince, with the word "Slave" written across his face, performs in New York's Rockefeller Plaza in 1996. (Credit: AP) Following his sudden death at the age of 57, Prince is being remembered for his massive contribution to the world of music. But over his nearly 40-year career, the pop star also built a substantial legacy in a different respect:...
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