Facebook has kind of been a think tank for major ideas of social media. As if you didn't know that already. Even ideas that they did not develop first, the technology giant is able to take them, refine them and push them back out with a unique change.
In an interview with Bloomberg Technology, David Israelite, the president of the National Music Publishers Association stated that “We’re hopeful that they are moving towards licensing music for the entire site […]“. This is a bold and incredible claim.
Facebook is a massive market place of ideas and information. So many songs are uploaded to it a day that enforcing copyright infringement is damn near impossible, and more so futile. People are unsure of the NMPA and Facebook can team up and work with music rights and licensing but clearly the process has already begun. This also opens the doors for Facebook to start streaming music, so let's be honest people if this deal were to become cannon, Facebook would take over yet another sector on social media and data streaming. Read the full interview here!