A question of Copyright

Becker, Gary H.
October 2003
Florida Media Quarterly;Fall2003, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p13
Presents a question and answer advisory regarding copyright issues. Conditions under which music can be permitted to be played over the closed circuit television system; Prohibitions in modifying a copyrighted work; Need to deal with legitimate sources for best guidance in using edited copies of works.


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