Entries in 'copyright' (103)

Brexit poll: the BPI's Geoff Taylor

Britain goes to the polls today to decide whether we Leave or Remain part of the European Union. As reveale

What would Brexit mean for the UK Music Biz?

Culture secretary John Whittingdale has no doubt what Britain leaving the EU would mean for the UK’s

Stairway To Heaven goes to court

The remaining living members of Led Zeppelin will be in court today (June 14) in Los Angeles for the openin

United music community asks for a reform of DMCA's safe harbour provisions

An unprecedented coalition of 19 music industry organisations and over 400 songwriters, artists and ma

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Former VH1 President joins Spotify

Tom Calderone, formerly president of VH1, has jo

PRS for Music launches new system to combat online piracy

PRS For Music has launched its new anti-piracy take-down tool, MAPS.

The newly developed system is

The US Copyright Office rules on the "making available" right

The US Copyright Office has concluded that the United States do not need to implement further legislation r

Live365 to close at the end of January

Internet radio streaming platform Live365 will shut down at the end of January, blaming the recent webcasti

BPI reorganises CPU team to boost anti-piracy work

The BPI has decided to restructure its Copyright Protection Unit (CPU) department to allow it to focus on r

Congress introduces bill to modernise the US Copyright Office

Three Members of US Congress have introduced a bill aimed at modernising and changing the status of the cou

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Adele to perform live at BRITs

Adele is the first live act revealed to be performin

Three men arrested for copyright breach after uploading karaoke songs

The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) made an arrest in Devon and two in Lancashire yesterday

Webcasting IV royalty rates to remain same for majors and indies

Major labels will continue to be paid the same statutory webcasting rates as independents for the next five

£3.5m Government initiative launched to warn against piracy

A new £3.5 million Government-backed education initiative is being launched in a bid to safeguard the

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