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April 19, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Musicians and composers feel just as outraged when their works are pirated as do software publishers, so when you’re creating your fabulous multimedia applications replete with sound effects and snatches of Maria Carey’s top register or Elvis singing King Creole, don’t think you can get away without paying for it – the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society Ltd, better known as MCPS, is on the case, and is inviting members to sign an amendment to their MCPS agreement to cover the collection of royalties when their work is used in multimedia programming.

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