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« Reply #15 on: August 30, 2012, 06:44:33 pm »

Hmm . . . I would like to be sure of the rules here. . . . Isn't there - as I had imagined - a big difference between on the one hand a CD made later from (some of) what was primarily a publicly broadcast event, and on the other hand a broadcast of something that is primarily created as a CD? In the first case, does the creator of the CD somehow retrospectively acquire rights over tapes people may have quite legitimately made from the broadcast before the CD existed?
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