June 19, 2002
BBC: Copyright rows ring down the centuries

BBC: Copyright rows ring down the centuries

"Record companies warn that internet piracy could spell the end of the music business as we know it. But we've heard these arguments before, from the likes of Dickens and Conan Doyle. [...] Piracy was rampant in the US because the country had refused to sign international treaties protecting copyright."

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