I was sorry to learn today that the Swedish branch of DX3 filed it's petition in bancruptcy. I don't know if this is limited in respect of the Swedish branch, DX3 Nordic AB, or if the same financial problems concern the rest of the DX3 Group.
It was DX3's mission to be "the leading provider of back-end content distribution and promotion solutions, bridging the gap between the traditional entertainment industries and the revolution of direct distribution via the Internet and emerging wireless and digital formats".
DX3 was funded by venture capital firm New Media Spark (the principal owner).
More on DX3: http://www.dx3.net/
It seems to be very hard to commercially succed in creating an alternative online music distribution venture. Do you think stricted copyright enforcement would endorse the the online music distribution or does the financial problem derive from elsewhere than the legal grounds?