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    Re: Copyright music

    Just one more thing... So if i buy a copy of Fort Minor's The Rising Tied in Canada, and then take it back with me to Denmark, will the copyright laws then change from them in Canada to them in Denmark??

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    Re: Copyright music

    Thats basically what I said. If I were to bring my music to your country, I wouldn't be able to play it publicly.

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    Re: Copyright music

    Okay... Then what about the music that's in vidoe games like Gran Turismo 4, there is a lot of great music, can i play that to if i move to my computer???

    Is there copyright on that too and is it legal to be played here???
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    Re: Copyright music

    Since I have my own radio station, I did lots of research on this.

    If you are in the United States, you can easily get away with playing any song, regardless if you ask for permission or not. This is provided that the store you bought the CD knows that you are in fact an American, and will be using the CD within the United States..

    The Digital Millenium Copyright Act has embeded in it a statutory license. Provide you play by the rules of the license, yu bac broadcast and perfrom music music via the Internet.

    The rules are simple though. You have to sign up with the Library of Congress and the following four licening agents: ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and Sound Exchange. Then, setup up your broadcast so that it follows a set of guidlines, and then pay royalties to those licensing agents for the songs you play.

    You can get moer information at LoudCity Broadcaster Forum.

    Please note that there is no such thing as a hobby broadcaster, at least legaly. If you do anything public with music, you are legally a commecrial venture regardless if you want it or not.

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