PRS for Music launches new system to combat online piracy

Coral Williamson

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

The newly developed system is intended to revolutionise the way PRS For Music tackles copyright infringement of its members’ repertoire - and the collective rights management organisation believes it's the first of its kind in the music industry to offer a rights protection service of this scale and type to members. 

Working in partnership with The Publishers Association, the trade body for the UK book publishing industry, MAPS has been developed for PRS For ...

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