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Re: [ARSCLIST] Gowers considered recommending shorter copyright term
On 3 maj 2007, at 04.43, Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
First...most "common market" countries have standardized the copyrightWhen I took some advice a while back it seemed that England was more
in the miniority but it is a pain when even theso called industry
regulators don't get off their backsides and reply to inquiries. But
they scream about piracy and the like. Some seem too busy chasing
after taxi drivers playing "music entertainment" to their customers!
term on sound recordings at 50 years (although I've never done a
by-country survey...). Needless to say, RIAA is NOT happy with this
are doing everything they can to change it.
You won't be rushing to ITUNES MUSIC STORE then and its equivalents
as a venue to sell your wares :)
Second...technically, I'm not supposed to sell my reissue CD(-R)'s in
the US...although, as I understand it, it is the purchaser(s) who are
Darren Ingram (darren @ ingram.fi)
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