Ahead of the March 2014 launch of the Digital Economy Act's ‘three strikes’ anti-piracy letters, the price tag to British copyright holders caused a splintering of opinion.
Ofcom’s suggested framework would see copyright holders pay £10.5m directly to the media body for costs ‘incurred to date executing [its] function under the DEA’.
Take a look at this week's issue of Music Week for a full report on the various costs that could be incurred by copyright-holders under the proposed anti-piracy scheme, along with comment from key players in the DEA debate.
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