Time Is Ripe for Extermination of Video and Audio Freebooting

The meeting of several state bodies last week brought into line the activities of Ministry of Culture, National Market Inspectorate, and National Senate against breaking the anti-freebooting law (Law on Conditions for Video and Audio Reproduction Activity) and gave the conditions for preventing prohibited stocking, unauthorised copying, public performance, renting and selling of movies and music recordings without permits and without paying author's and publisher's rights or indemnities.

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