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Update: In a blog post on the General Mills site posted late yesterday, the company said it would be reverting back to its old legal terms. "We rarely have disputes with consumers –- and arbitration would have simply streamlined how complaints are handled," the company's blogpost said. "Many companies do the same, and we felt it would be helpful.

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If you make money by playing music or performing, you are conducting a business. Although you do not have to file as a business entity to conduct business, there are several entity types which could be beneficial for your band or group. Below is a list and explanation of the most common entities. You should consult with an attorney if you are considering establishing a business entity.

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The US Department of Justice and almost every major broadcaster have accused Aereo of violating copyright laws. So far, courts have sided with Aereo. In five days, the Supreme Court will get the final word.

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Most GMail users are now aware that Google has been scanning users' emails for advertising data. Some users are upset that Google has yet to inform users directly about this practice. Google currently faces several lawsuits due to this. The company may have just avoided trouble by updating its terms of service to clearly state what it is doing.

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If your band plans on making a profit or selling tickets, CDs, or merchandise at shows, you have to treat your band or act as a business. If you are a singer/songwriter, this topic may not apply to you. However, this can be useful even for solo artists who routinely perform or record with other artists. It is smart to discuss business and clarify responsibilities while everyone is getting along.

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