COPYRIGHT space invaders

Bennett, Hugh
February 1999
EMedia Professional;Feb99, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p44
Academic Journal
Focuses on the concern over unauthorized digital reproduction of music, photographs and video. Issue over consumer audio copying in the United States; Information on the 1998 application of five artist groups to the Canadian Copyright Board with proposed tariffs that call for a levy for recording time to be paid on recording products.


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