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Private copying remuneration new study highlights positive impact

Compass Lexecon study on "The welfare effects of private copying"

Removal of private copying remuneration would be detrimental not only to rightholders, but also to manufacturers and consumers, according to a new study published by Compass Lexecon.

 
 
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