SCP-288 - The "Stepford Marriage" Rings
SCP-291 - The Disassembler/Reassembler
SCP-346 - "Pterry" the Pterodactyl
SCP-347 - The Invisible Woman
SCP-366 - Carriage Grubs - Since passed to Dr. Aeslinger, .
SCP-383 - The Variably Useful Flu
SCP-417 - The Plague Tree
SCP-457 - Burning Man
SCP-467 - Confessional Phone Booth
SCP-540 — - — Carnivorous Blow-Up-Doll
SCP-542 - Herr Chirurg
SCP-545 - Liquid Life
SCP-561 - A Passive Rip in Time
SCP-715 - Clone Booth
SCP-978 - Desire Camera
The Internet has provided a new platform for distribution for both the physical product but new formats of music as well. The industry as a whole has significant increase and support on its products; key challenges highlighted tend to be on a larger scale where increasing government pressure to reform and fix piracy issues transcends not only just within the music industry but transcends across all aspects of digital content. It is important that ways are found to harness the technological capacity of innovations so that incentives for the creation and distribution of original works are not only maintained but also enhanced.