From EMI to YouTube musicians always lose - but the EU copyright proposals may not help

John Leonard
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The devil's in the detail of Articles 11 and 13

Making music pay has never been an easy gig. Back in the day, even succesful artists were prone to waking up to find that ruthless managers and record labels had picked their pockets and that they ...

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