Vietnam copyright watchdog insists hotel TVs infringe on music copyrights

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The country’s hotels are guilty until proven innocent.

 

September 14, 2017, 10:52 GMT+7

​Vietnam copyright watchdog insists hotel TVs infringe on music copyrights
Pho Duc Phuong, director of the Vietnam Center for Protection of Music Copyright
The director of a music copyright watchdog is insisting that hotels pay up for music that could potentially be consumed through television sets in their rooms, whether or not guests actually use their TVs. Pho Duc Phuong, director of the Vietnam Center for Protection of Music Copyright (VCPMC), says that while the center cannot prove that a guest is exposed to music on the TV in their hotel rooms, “hotels still owe copyright fees for music consumed via TV.”Phuong is a songwriter himself. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam copyright watchdog insists hotel TVs infringe on music copyrights”