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Re: Radio in the workplace
In a message dated 97-07-04 16:24:55 EDT, you write:
<< (1) The re-broadcast of a radio transmission on
commercial property is already illegal in itself.
It is considered "theft of service". >>
This is interesting, but it raises a couple of
(1) Couldn't a rebroadcaster make the
situation legal by purchasing an ASCAP
(2) Wouldn't a government agency be exempt
from the rebroadcasting prohibition? As I
understand it, the theory supporting the
requirement of licenses is that rebroadcasters
are using the music to support entrepreneurial
endeavors. It seems that this would not apply
to the government.
-- Michael Wright
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