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March 19, 2009

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goldenrail

Very interested to see how this comes out. So far, the CRB's rate-setting for 2006-2010 seems to be disastrous for webcasters, small or not. Even SX was surprised that the CRB accepted their proposed rates pretty much w/o changes.
I am concerned with who is supposed to serve on the CRB. I can see the benefit of having a copyright expert, a trade expert and an arbitration expert - but it seems more copyright experts, from more than just the rightholder's perspective, would be better than the other two.

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