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    That's UK for you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hosting-shack View Post
    Everything in the UK is...
    I find that very annoying. Or how about everything in the USA is too cheap more like? And how about that George Bush of yours? Well I don't want to get into a flame-war.

    If you actually compare prices with currency-conversion, you'll find that most things are average priced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Any non-Third World countries (for lack of a better term) have some form of this law.

    I can't speak for the UK, but I know in the US the current royalty fee rate is ~7 cents per-song/per-listener.
    WTH
    Thats lame another attack from the US to screw up online communitys
    Im guessing ill be moving my servers out of the US soon enough

    You could get passed this law tho.

    By banning illegal streaming of music then if it happens it falls on back on to the client.
    Last edited by Darknight; November 20th, 2006 at 12:15.

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    With Being a radio broadcaster, it is true that you need a license for public broadcast of music, a lot of the times the fees will be in relation to how much comercially your station makes. Techically it should be enforced in all countried because copyright infringement is copyright infringement, no matter what. So it is true that a license is required, there are many providers of these, but be careful to amke sure they are real, and what record lables they actually cover. You don't need a license if you created the music, or if it is a talk show.

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