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Who Did the Copyright Office Neglect in its Music Marketplace Report?

Most musicians and composers owed royalties. Why do I say that? Because the Copyright Office failed to factor in to its “Guiding Principles” the core copyright issue for all musicians and composers below the upper levels of music earnings─ they … Continue reading

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“Copyright and the Music Marketplace” Released Today

The US Copyright office released the 200+ page report a few hours ago. It tries to put today’s broken system of copyright protection of music into historical context and proposes compromises intended to be fair to all interested parties. You … Continue reading

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