Music Rights Upheld, Again

One of the nation’s last surviving music publishers has won a copyright case on sheet music 95 years after Parliament outlawed copying of songs without owners’ permission. The case followed a year of litigation in Federal Court: “People think, ‘Oh, well, if I just make one copy, what’s the problem?’”

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