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Hollywood Intensifies Attack on Internet

In an article recently posted on LinuxJournal.com, Doc Searls brings his readers up to date on the fusillade that the RIAA has used against the webcasting industry. Music radio stations that simulcast themselves on the Internet have been shutting down across America in the wake of the final royalty determinations made by the Librarian of Congress in consultation with the Copyright Arbitration and Royalty Panel.

The article points out many of the developments that have been taking place within groups that oppose the webcasting royalty decisions and (in a broader context) the Digital Millenium Copyright Act.

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