Sam Brylawski wrote:
> Internet radio may be crucial to promotion of historical recordings, but if
> an internet radio station plays only 78s and early LPs in their original
> form, i.e. not from CDs, the recent webcasting fees do not apply. Pre-1972
> sound recordings have no federal copyright protection and digital
> dissemination fees cannot be collected for streaming them.
What is the basis for your blanket declaration on copyright? Is there
reason to believe that Capitol USA vs. Naxos does *not* apply? Under
that decision, federal copyright does apply and in fact is restored to
works which are in the public domain in other countries.
Without a citation, you are offering a legal opinion which is at best
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