Taylor Swift is one of many artists urging Congress to update copyright laws, which they argue don't fairly pay for music available online. Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty hide caption

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Why Taylor Swift Is Asking Congress To Update Copyright Laws

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The producers of Dallas Buyers Club want to contact people who have viewed pirated copies of the film. Here, actor Jared Leto accepts an award for his work in the film at the 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Picking The Locks: Redefining Copyright Law In The Digital Age

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Moscow-based app Bookmate has a subscription e-book service — similar to others on the U.S. market, but with more of a focus on targeting piracy in emerging literary markets. Courtesty of Bookmate hide caption

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