As MMA Enters Senate, Anti-Copyright Activists Come Out Of The Woodwork 

Now that the Music Modernization Act has been introduced in the Senate, it’s open season: anti-copyright activists are coming out of the woodwork, claiming that the right to be paid for recordings made before 1972 amounts to “a pointless wealth-transfer.

Source: As Music Modernization Act Enters Senate, Anti-Copyright Activists Come Out Of The Woodwork (Column)

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