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RQ6.Whether and to what extent are users willing to pay for premium serviceswithin MSA?RQ7.Whether and to what extent do demographic factors (gender, age, birthplaceeducation) affect and predict the change in PMM, sense of ownership, MSA associal activity, privacy concern and willingness to pay for premium serviceswithin MSA?RQ8.Whether and to what extent does personal music preference affect and predict thechange in PMM, sense of ownership, MSA as social activity, privacy concern andwillingness to pay for premium services within MSA?To answer the aforementioned questions, a mixed methods user study consisting of twophases was conducted among MSA users. The results were analyzed using standardstatistical tools.The rest of the paper is organized as follows: the next section reviews the related work;then the Methods section is presented, which describes the research methodology, followedby an analysis and the findings in the Results section; finally the Discussion and Conclusionssection summarizes the main findings and implications.Related workThe literature review will consist of three scopes: first, it will provide a general overview ofnotable events in the history of music consumption; second, it will put musical informationmanagement in the context of PIM; third, it will provide a detailed discussion of privacyissues with regard to personalization in music streaming services and applications.OIR45,1120
Historical backgroundThe technological development with the greatest influence on the global music industry wasthe invention of recording technology in 1877. For the first time, music consumers could save,transfer and replicate sounds produced elsewhere. Until the end of the 19th century, soundrecording was primarily used for speech and rarely for music. Two major systems for soundrecording had been invented: Thomas Edisons phonograph, which could both record andplay sound, and Emil Berliners gramophone, which used a recorda flat, round disc with ahole in its middle. The record allowed the mass production of sound recordings and enabledmusic consumers to play music on household devices. In the first half of the 20th century, thetape recorder and audio cassette were invented. These two technologies allowed music to berecorded at home and facilitated the cheap and easy reproduction of musical content, inaddition to allowing playback of a cassettes contents. These innovative possibilities openedthe door for the mass distribution of music content worldwide. The audiocassette allowedeasy fast-forwarding and rewinding and provided the user a large degree of control over theorder of her music playback. However, the listener still lacked total control over the songplaylist (Malm, 1992).The year of 1983 marked the beginning of the digital age of music with the invention of thecompact disc (CD). The CD offered a more convenient listening experience and a higher soundquality without precedent. It was also a far better storage system than its predecessors.

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Music, Test, Wind, Streaming media, Internet privacy

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