Tuesday, May 21, 2002
"The United States Copyright Office on Tuesday rejected an arbitration panel ruling on Webcasting royalty rates, a decision that is sure to rankle the recording industry and bring smiles to the face of Internet radio executives nationwide." [Via Internet News, "25 minutes ago," says Google News]More from the Librarian of Congress: "The Register of Copyrights recommends, and the Librarian agrees, that the CARP's determination must be rejected. A final decision will be issued no later than June 20, 2002." 'Scuse me, I'm going to tune in some Internet Radio.
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