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Viejo GuilleX dijo: 02.05.07
Como muchos sabrán... existe en internet una gloriosa página que nos deja escuchar música "del tipo de la que nos gusta"... (es medio complicado de explicar)...

Bueno... me acaba de llegar un mail (evidentemente es sólo para subscriptores de Pandora) que dice lo siguiente:



Dear Pandora listener,
Today we have some extremely disappointing news to share with you. Due to international licensing constraints, we are deeply, deeply sorry to say that we must begin proactively preventing access to Pandora's streaming service for most countries outside of the U.S.
It is difficult to convey just how disappointing this is for us. Our vision remains to eventually make Pandora a truly global service, but for the time being, we can no longer continue as we have been. As a small company, the best chance we have of realizing our dream of Pandora all around the world is to grow as the licensing landscape allows.
We show your IP address is 'XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX', which indicates you are listening from Argentina. If you believe you are seeing this by mistake, we offer our sincere apologies and ask that you please reply to this email.
Delivery of Pandora is based on proper licensing from the people who created the music - we have always believed in honoring the guidelines as determined by legislators and regulators, artists and songwriters, and the labels and publishers they work with. In the U.S. there is a federal statute that provides this license for all the music streamed on Pandora. Unfortunately, there is no equivalent license outside the U.S. and there is no global licensing organization to enable us to legitimately offer Pandora around the world. Other than in the U.K., we have not yet been able to make significant progress in our efforts to obtain a sufficient number of international licenses at terms that would enable us to run a viable business. The volume of listening on Pandora makes it a very expensive service to run. Streaming costs are very high, and since our inception, we have been making publishing and performance royalty payments for every song we play.
Until now, we have not been able to tell where a listener is based, relying only on zip code information provided upon registration. We are now able to recognize a listener's country of origin based on the IP address from which they are accessing the service. Consequently, on May 3rd, we will begin blocking access to Pandora to listeners from your country. We are very sad to have to do this, but there is no other alternative.
We will be posting updates on our blog regarding our ongoing effort to launch in other countries, so please stay in touch. We will keep a record of your existing stations and bookmarked artists and songs, so that when we are able to launch in your country, they will be waiting for you. We deeply share your sense of disappointment and greatly appreciate your understanding.





Para los que no sepan inglés... básicamente lo que pasa es que en EEUU sacaron una legislación que dice que sólo se permite escuchar Pandora en este mismo pais...
A partir de ahora bloquearán IPs y todo eso...


DIABLOS!!!!!!!
Cada vez q encuentro algo util en internet... me lo sacan...

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Viejo chico_amateur dijo: 02.05.07
Originalmente publicado por GuilleX Ver mensaje
Como muchos sabrán... existe en internet una gloriosa página que nos deja escuchar música "del tipo de la que nos gusta"... (es medio complicado de explicar)...

Bueno... me acaba de llegar un mail (evidentemente es sólo para subscriptores de Pandora) que dice lo siguiente:



Dear Pandora listener,
Today we have some extremely disappointing news to share with you. Due to international licensing constraints, we are deeply, deeply sorry to say that we must begin proactively preventing access to Pandora's streaming service for most countries outside of the U.S.
It is difficult to convey just how disappointing this is for us. Our vision remains to eventually make Pandora a truly global service, but for the time being, we can no longer continue as we have been. As a small company, the best chance we have of realizing our dream of Pandora all around the world is to grow as the licensing landscape allows.
We show your IP address is 'XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX', which indicates you are listening from Argentina. If you believe you are seeing this by mistake, we offer our sincere apologies and ask that you please reply to this email.
Delivery of Pandora is based on proper licensing from the people who created the music - we have always believed in honoring the guidelines as determined by legislators and regulators, artists and songwriters, and the labels and publishers they work with. In the U.S. there is a federal statute that provides this license for all the music streamed on Pandora. Unfortunately, there is no equivalent license outside the U.S. and there is no global licensing organization to enable us to legitimately offer Pandora around the world. Other than in the U.K., we have not yet been able to make significant progress in our efforts to obtain a sufficient number of international licenses at terms that would enable us to run a viable business. The volume of listening on Pandora makes it a very expensive service to run. Streaming costs are very high, and since our inception, we have been making publishing and performance royalty payments for every song we play.
Until now, we have not been able to tell where a listener is based, relying only on zip code information provided upon registration. We are now able to recognize a listener's country of origin based on the IP address from which they are accessing the service. Consequently, on May 3rd, we will begin blocking access to Pandora to listeners from your country. We are very sad to have to do this, but there is no other alternative.
We will be posting updates on our blog regarding our ongoing effort to launch in other countries, so please stay in touch. We will keep a record of your existing stations and bookmarked artists and songs, so that when we are able to launch in your country, they will be waiting for you. We deeply share your sense of disappointment and greatly appreciate your understanding.





Para los que no sepan inglés... básicamente lo que pasa es que en EEUU sacaron una legislación que dice que sólo se permite escuchar Pandora en este mismo pais...
A partir de ahora bloquearán IPs y todo eso...


DIABLOS!!!!!!!
Cada vez q encuentro algo util en internet... me lo sacan...
lo que podes probar es mediante un proxy, hay programa del tipo proxy para poder utilizar de distintos paises... lo malo que no se a cuanto te bajara la info o lo que quieras usar, ya que cae mucho la conexion .

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