Copyright industries add nearly $800 bil to economy in '01

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Kyle SGMS used our newssubmit to tell us that a study has shown that the motion pictures, music and television are among the copyright industries that contributed a total of $791.2 billion to the…

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Just wondering if there’s a link to check out the study. . . . Thanks! ~Lunch

Just wondering if there’s a link to check out the study. . . .
If you click on the above link “Source: yahoo.com” (under “Copyright industries add…”) and add a “1” (without the quotes) to the end of the (long) link, you’ll see the correct page on yahoo.com

This gives me the impression the music and movie industries want ‘special’ consideration since they contribute so much to the economy :r I’ll leave it at that, since I have commented entirely too much on this subject. I will just continue to report their latest attempts to steal our rights (here at CD Freaks of course :))and send my Pennsylvania State Representatives and Senators a nice fax everytime they try something new, simply stating, along the lines of: Do not let this shit pass, PLEASE! :stuck_out_tongue: