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

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I just posted the article Copyright industries add nearly $800 bil to economy in '01.

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


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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


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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: