Senator Proposes Different Approach To Pre-72 Copyrights

May 24, 2018

The House may have unanimously passed the music copyright reform bill known as the Music Modernization Act (S.2823), but the Senate is signaling it’s not ready to go along with the bill as written. One stumbling block is the proposal that federal copyright protections be extended on songs recorded prior to Feb. 15, 1972.

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