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Reformed Copyright Collecting System Should Stimulate New Digital Content Services

Date

16 Jul 2008

Sections

Trade & Society
InfoSociety
Competition

July 16, 2008 – Brussels: Cable Europe, the industry association representing
Europe’s leading cable operators, today welcomed the decision of the European
Commission to address the monopolistic way in which copyright collecting societies
are organised in Europe (the CISAC case).
Cable Europe  called for a new copyright collecting system that stimulates the
development of new digital content services.  Cable provides digital TV, super fast
Internet and telephony services to more than 73 million customers in Europe.

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