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Japan’s Supreme Court rules music licensing scheme breached anti-competition law

29-04-2015

Japan’s Supreme Court rules music licensing scheme breached anti-competition law

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The Supreme Court of Japan has ruled that a music licensing scheme run by the country’s largest copyright licensing body, the Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (JASRAC), breached anti-competition law.


Supreme Court of Japan; JASRAC; copyright; licensing; music; broadcasting

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