TikTok issues statement on its UK Copyright Tribunal music-licensing referral
Posted on: 24 juillet 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Yesterday, Music Ally broke the news that social app TikTok has referred three collecting societies – PRS for Music, STIM and GEMA – and their joint-venture licensing hub ICE to the UK’s Copyright Tribunal, in a dispute over music-licensing terms.
ICE issued a statement yesterday on the case, but this morning TikTok has also sent Music Ally an official statement on the referral.
“TikTok is an exciting way for songs and emerging artists to gain exposure and break through with a wide and varied audience. As a platform for unique and original creative content, we place high value and respect upon intellectual property rights, and we work closely with music rights holders to protect a library of sound on the platform which is available for users to infuse in their own short videos,” said its spokesperson.
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Source: Music ally

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