UK music-maker bodies slam labels and publishers over Article 13
Posted on: 8 février 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Yesterday, music-industry bodies the IFPI, Impala and ICMP published a letter calling for the European copyright directive to be scrapped.
Now a group of bodies representing musicians, songwriters, managers and producers have criticised the intervention, and the gloves are truly off.
“It is hugely disappointing to see the music labels and publishers disregard the interests of their creators and artists in this way. They are trying to overturn years of collaborative work at the 11th hour by killing the Copyright Directive,” said the letter, signed by the UK Council of Music Makers (CMM) which includes BASCA, FAC, MMF, MPG and the MU.
“Like YouTube, they have lobbied negotiators hard without consulting or informing the creative community. Heavy-handed tactics of heavyweight businesses.”
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