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Injectivity in terms of the kernel and the co-kernel of a finite-dimensional irreducible module

Let $A$ be a finite dimensional algebra over a field $K$. Let $M$ be a finite-dimensional module and $N$ be a maximal submodule. The natural restriction map from $M$ to $M/N$ is injective and $M/N$ is irreducible. Is $M$ injective?


Yes. Let $m \in M$ be nonzero. Then $N \subseteq \ker(\varphi)$ where $\varphi: M \to M/N$ is the natural projection. Hence $\varphi(m) = \varphi(0) = 0$ and $m \in N$.

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The paper reports that the British Phonographic Industry is lobbying for an outright ban on the music-downloading-only apps on the BBC-owned radio network.

The BPI argues that because they don’t offer any music, they don’t pay any of the rights due to artists, while Radio 1’s refusal to play them means that they are now a “market failure.”

Right now, both apps and web-based streaming services offer free downloads, but when the radio station’s main source of income goes away, so will its monopoly of popular music in the UK. If the UK loses its veto, it could be that there’s nowhere to legally download your music if, for instance, Spotify comes to the UK.

BBC rules: iPlayer rights are’sacrosanct’

The BPI says that the BBC used to be forced to pay out royalties to music companies. However, it says that policy was changed in 2002, as the corporation wanted to promote digital music. The BPI says that while the BBC pays artists, it doesn’t have the same amount of control.

“They are the only player in the market that is in a strong position to negotiate with rights holders,” the BPI’s Nicky Campbell told the Telegraph. “The BBC doesn’t take that approach.”

The proposed ban seems to be working its way through the halls of power in London. The Telegraph adds that the BBC was recently told by the home secretary that the BBC can’t make any changes to iPlayer.




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