As a result of the Internet, new forms of selling and distributing music have developed that are increasingly replacing the traditional distribution channels. This development is a challenge not only to the music industry but to collecting societies as well. The cooperation between national and international collecting societies is constantly being tested by the growing significance of the Internet. This work examines the development and critically analyzes the past decisions and legal acts taken on the European level.
Robert Heine, Hogan & Hartson Raue LLP, Berlin.
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