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11/6/2012 by Eriq Gardner The digital music streamer says that the agency representing song publishers refuses to give it fair and reasonable terms. Pandora, a leading digital radio service, is making a new play for lower licensing fees on music.
This is merely a form of a business operating license in order to have live music. Yes, apparently you needed special separate license to have live music. So this really isn't an advancement on the copyright side of things, unfortunately, and those
The fees, used to fund public broadcasting which is strong and prolific in Germany, have been a sore point for many for years as they are levied on computers with internet access, regardless of how they are used. The court rejected a constitutional
One might say it's like trying to get through a bush maze in the dead of winter. Often times the threat of legal action simply kills off a film that would have otherwise been made, or dulls it considerably because relevant source material is omitted.
Such bulges have been deemed scandalous to society (or something like that) and banned from Facebook. Again, for reference, this is the comic strip we're discussing: The story at the New Yorker, in which they humorously discuss "Nipplegate", got tons
Rather than wait for a formal public comment period, DeKalb area landlords spoke out Friday about several housing-related proposals before the DeKalb City Council. Five members of the DeKalb Area Rental Association held a news conference to discuss
Veterinarians are launching a campaign this week to stop legislation that would more than double the price of license registration fees for unsterilized dogs. The veterinarians say the law, due to come into effect in January 2013, is a "punitive step"
long-time organizers of beloved community events Fun Fourth and the Festival of Lights -- had its tax-exempt status automatically revoked by the IRS for not submitting tax forms. Grassroots' leader Betty Cone said the group is in the midst of getting
The jagged foothills, withered pastures and a web of horse trails along the Santa Ana River give the state's newest city a hint of the Wild West. Jurupa Valley's money troubles, though, are pure modern-day California. Jurupa Valley may be broke in a
International Press Institute (IPI), expresses concern at calls by individuals and some civil society organizations in Serbia to eliminate the license fee for the public broadcaster, Serbian Radio-Television (RTS). Advocates of the elimination of