Internet Radio Rates Face New Roadblock Recent negotiations for Internet royalty rates have given webcasters temporary reprieve, but a new issue has risen: stream ripping. Many critics say that the kinds of digital locks the record industry wants to put on Internet radio are either expensive, not feasible or not reliable.
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Internet Radio Rates Face New Roadblock

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Internet Radio Rates Face New Roadblock

Internet Radio Rates Face New Roadblock

Internet Radio Rates Face New Roadblock

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