Music’s Article 13 meltdown: read the two industry-body letters in full
Posted on: 8 février 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Two open letters published this week have laid bare new divisions within the music industry over the proposed new European copyright directive – and its Article 13 section dealing with user-uploaded content platforms like YouTube.
Yesterday, a letter whose signatories included the IFPI and Impala (representing labels) and ICMP (representing publishers) called for the directive to be scrapped. Today, a second letter signed by BASCA (representing songwriters); the FAC and MU (musicians); MMF (managers); and MPG (producers) criticised the first letter in the strongest of terms.
We’ve reported on the fallout here, but in the interests of fairness, the text of both letters is reproduced in full below.
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