Copying music to CD the right, the wrong, and the law
- Copyright. Lelay, Anne // Fontes Artis Musicae;Apr-Jun98, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p167
Focuses on the performance of the Working Group on Copyright of the International Association of Music Libraries in Geneva, Switzerland. List of working sessions; Members and participants; Focus on issues about Copyright and the Newer Technologies.
- Oz amendment stops bootlegs. Baker, Glenn A. // Billboard;8/5/95, Vol. 107 Issue 31, p40
Reports on the Australian government's amendment of its copyright law that allows bootleg CD's by rock musicians to flood the Australian market. Efforts to meet the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade world trade convention; Success of the music industry's efforts against recommendations by...
- ASCAP tries to rectify Girl Scout flap. Lichtman, Irv // Billboard;9/7/96, Vol. 108 Issue 36, p62
Presents news briefs and developments related to the use and sale of musical copyrights as of September 7, 1996. An attempt by the Association of Singers, Composers and Publishers (ASCAP) to reach a licensing agreement with Girl Scout camps that use copyrighted music; The negative publicity...
- Japanese council pushes for online copyright change. McClure, Steve // Billboard;3/8/97, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p3
Reports that a subcommittee of Japan's Copyright Council feels on copyright protection for music transmitted over the Internet or via online karaoke systems. Opinion of the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).
- Cannes accord is signed. Clark-Meads, Jeff // Billboard;11/22/97, Vol. 109 Issue 47, p8
Reports that the Cannes Accord was signed on November 13, 1997. The document's timetable for collection societies to reduce administration rates; Adoption of the accord by representatives of all European Union authors' bodies; Provisions of the accord.
- No Dutch treat for pirates. Edmunds, Marlene // Daily Variety;12/23/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 56, p10
Announces the move of Tim Kuik, director of anti-piracy enforcement agency Brein in the Netherlands, to warn and then prosecute users who upload music from file-sharing software provider Kazaa. Decision of the Dutch supreme Court regarding the issue of accountability for copyright; Verdict of a...
- Court: CD+G gets synch rights. Lichtman, Irv // Billboard;10/26/96, Vol. 108 Issue 43, p44
Details the federal ruling that showing song lyrics on a television screen through a sing-along CD+Graphics (CD+G) is sufficient reason to establish copywright owner rights. CD+G to be considered prerecorded software, similar to a karoake laserdisc; Decision by a three-judge panel of the US...
- Copyright law hanging in the balance. INGHAM, TIM // Music Week;5/16/2014, Issue 69, p1
The article reports that the government of Great Britain will miss its deadline of introducing a change in the copyright law on June 1, 2014 regarding the ripping of music for personal use.
- Retailers look for relief from royalty fees on ambient music. Slaton, James // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);03/17/97, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p4
States that New Orleans business groups are watching the progress of the Fairness in Music Licensing Act introduced by Congress in March 1997, that could relieve retailers from paying certain royalties fees on music played in their establishment. What legislation would eliminate; Who introduced...