Tomorrow, a petition signed by 180 musicians and songwriters - including Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, U2, Vince Staples, Kings of Leon, Carole King, and more - will be be asking Congress for reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The act regulates copyrighted work on the internet and the petition is looking to put a stop to YouTube, which allows users to upload copyrighted material.

The petition says the DMCA "has allowed major tech companies to grow and generate huge profits by creating ease of use for consumers to carry almost every recorded song in history in their pocket via a smartphone, while songwriters' and artists' earnings continue to diminish." The petitioners are calling for "sensible reform that balances the interests of creators with the interests of the companies who exploit music for their financial enrichment."