PRS calls for piracy levy

In a paper, titled Moving Digital Britain Forward Without Leaving Creative Britain Behind the body argues a piracy fee will better align the financial interests of ISPs with rights holders at a time when the two industries are at odds over who should bear the costs of illegal filesharing.

The report, which was written by PRS for Music chief economist Will Page and Washington and Lee University's David Touve, follows on from changes brought about by the Digital Economy Act, ...

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