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javipas
javipas writes "Today has been declared "Day of Silence" by many webcasters all around the US. This represents a formal protest against the industry initiative to increase severely the royalties that these webcasters must pay. Online radio stations services such as Pandora were affected by this measure that made this service unavailable outside the US but the danger is even more present for dozens of other services — complete list here in PDF — that could even dissapear for good. Let's hope the idea will be able to change something."
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