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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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£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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Artists lobby European Parliament ahead of copyright rules review

The Featured Artists Coalition board - including artists Sandie Shaw, Imogen Heap, Katie Melua (picture

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One Media wins copyright infringement case

One Media has won a lawsuit against Henry Hadaway, HHO Licensing Ltd and Henry Hadaway Organisation Ltd, in

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Russian court orders vKontakte to stop infringement

Russian social network vKontakte (VK) has been ordered by a Russian court to use effective technology to pr

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