Peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing technologies have impacted the music industry, including its strategies for the distribution of the musical products, for more than a decade now. As a result, music labels have delayed full digitization of their industry in fear of â€œonline music piracyâ€. The present paper reviews the historical context of the evolution of the music industry from 1999 to 2012. Using Actor-Network theory, the paper examines the strategies that helped the music industry to translate new actorsâ€™ effect in order to sustain music labelsâ€™ business on their path to digitize music distribution. I will discuss the impact of new digital policies and methods of governing online behavior including the business concept of â€œentrepreneurshipâ€ as they may potentially affect the future of public domain within the framework of consumer rights.