TITLE

Spanish Gov't Makes Piracy Vow

AUTHOR(S)
LLEWELLYN, HOWELL
PUB. DATE
December 2002
SOURCE
Billboard;12/7/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 49, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the promise made by the Spanish government to tackle the issue of CD piracy, announcing tough measures that will take effect in April 2003. Percentage of CD bought in the country classified as pirated; Revision of the Spanish criminal justice law to address the problem; Number of business closed in 2002 because of piracy.
ACCESSION #
8583822

 

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