Wed April 25th, 2018
Sponsor: Rep. Bob Goodlatte — R — VA
Under current law, a digital music provider (such as Spotify, Apple Music, or Pandora) must pay the copyright owner a royalty fee to use a protected work of music. If it does not otherwise have a voluntary license agreement with the copyright owner to use the work, the music provider must file a notice of intent—on a song-by-song or record-by- record basis—with the copyright owner or the U.S. Copyright Office when it seeks to use any copyrighted digital musical work.
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