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12th September 2018

IFPI statement on today’s vote on the European Copyright Directive

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11th September 2018

Joint Music Sector Statement – Upcoming European Parliament Copyright Directive Vote

The 751 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), from across all 28 EU Member States, are set to vote on Wednesday to close the Value Gap which deprives creators and artists of a fair deal.

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17th July 2018

Global recording industry welcomes EU Japan trade agreement

At the EU-Japan Summit today in Tokyo, the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, and President of the European Commission, Jean Claude Juncker, officially signed the Free Trade Agreement / Economic Partnership Agreement between the European Union and Japan.

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4th July 2018

EU copyright vote – over 1,000 recording artists call on MEPs to seize opportunity

Artists including Plácido Domingo, James Blunt, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Sir Paul McCartney make direct call to MEPs before major vote.

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27th June 2018

European Parliament Vote on EU Copyright Directive – 84 major European organisations call MEPs to support the Parliament’s report

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14th June 2018

IFPI re-appoints Concord Music’s Glen Barros and appoints Embassy of Music MD Konrad von Löhneysen to Main Board

IFPI, representing the recording industry worldwide, has announced that Glen Barros, Chief Operating Officer, Concord Music, and Konrad von Löhneysen, managing director of Embassy of Music, have been appointed to its Main Board.

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Congratulations and best of luck to all of tonight’s @BRITs nominees! #BRITs

IFPI alongside @FIMI_IT & Italian anti-piracy organisation FPM, has coordinated a legal action on behalf of its record company members against online content sharing service Vimeo in Italy. Read the full statement https://www.ifpi.org/recording-industry-takes-action-against-vimeo-for-making-available-infringing-music-content/

Following Government-backed, voluntary roundtable discussions between social media platforms and UK creative businesses, creative industries and social media firms agree new anti-piracy measures.

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