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Recording artistes call for change in US copyright law

Saturday, April 2, 2016 - 05:50

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MAKING A STAND: Katy Perry (above) and Rod Stewart are among more than 100 artistes and managers who say provisions of the copyright law enrich large technology firms at their expense.

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MAKING A STAND: Katy Perry and Rod Stewart (above) are among more than 100 artistes and managers who say provisions of the copyright law enrich large technology firms at their expense.

Los Angeles

KATY PERRY, Billy Joel and Rod Stewart are asking the US government to reform provisions of the copyright law that they say enrich large technology companies at their expense.

The three are among the more than 100 artistes and managers who have filed petitions asking

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