What would the dog days of summer be without a manufactured scandal? This Labor Day, the British tabloids reported that Bruce Willis was preparing to sue Apple over his inability to bequeath his iTunes collection to his daughters.
That report was squelched by Willis’ family, but in today’s Forbes.com column, Jess Collen talks about the quandary of digital ownership. These days, angels aren’t the only ones residing in the clouds. Increasingly, that’s where our digital media lives too. The catch is that in many cases we don’t actually own our content. It’s licensed or leased to us on a long term basis, but it’s not ours. For more read, Jess’ column.