Here’s all the music industry news you need to know today.

“Blurred Lines” Appeal Brief Says Artists Can’t Copyright a Groove – via THR

Instagram Grows To 700M Users – via TechCrunch

Bee Gees Music Sales Grow 669% Following Grammy Salute – via Billboard

Amazon’s camera-equipped Echo Look raises new questions about smart home privacy – via TechCrunch

Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake Pen Tributes to Jonathan Demme – via Pitchfork

Internet providers are thrilled with the FCC’s plan for weaker regulations – via The Verge

Katy Perry announces new single with Migos, “Bon Appétit” – via CoS

Iggy Pop signs global licensing deal with Sony Music JV Artist Legacy Group. – via Billboard

BMG has entered a partnership with crossover dance and EDM-hitmaker Stefan Dabruck. He will team up with BMG to discover and develop up-and-coming talent internationally. – via RotD

Pharrell Makes History as First Man to Star in Chanel Bag Campaign – via XXL

Universal has fewer staff than it did 10 years ago – despite buying EMI – via MBW

Mixmag Media, which has reinvented Mixmag in recent years by expanding online and in digital video has acquired Kerrang! from Bauer – via CampaignLive

Global Founder and Executive President Ashley Tabor is stepping down from his role as Managing Editor of Capital after a year in charge of the brand – via RadioToday UK

Live Nation’s takeover of the Isle of Wight Festival could face an investigation by the competition regulator. – via Times

50 Cent Shares Trailer for New Season of ‘Power’ – via XXL