Setlist: Wiley, Twitter and the online censorship debate – Complete Music Update

Artist News Business News Live Business Setlist By Andy Malt and Chris Cooke | Published on Monday 3 August 2020

CMUs Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Wileys antisemitic social media posts and what responsibilities the social media platforms have when their users offend, plus the call from various big name musicians for politicians to stop using their music (or any music) without permission.

SECTION TIMES01: Wiley antisemitic social media posts (00:07:39)02: Musicians letter to politicians (00:25:11)

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STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK Wiley condemned over antisemitic social media outburst Wiley insists hes not racist despite his antisemitic Twitter tirade Musicians call on politicians to stop using their music without permission

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