RIAA: It’s Not If But How Music Artists Should Gain ‘Moral Rights’ Recognition 

The RIAA, which represents the major labels, has filed in opposition to new government regulations that would guarantee musicians and other creators their so-called moral rights. “A new statutory attribution right, in addition to being unnecessary, would likely have significant unintended consequences,” the RIAA wrote in comments to the U.S. Copyright Office.

Source: It’s Not If Artists Deserve “Moral Rights” Recognition, But How Music Industry Should Achieve It, says RIAA – hypebot

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