EU caves to aging rockers, wants 45-year copyright extension



The European Union has proposed a plan to retroactively extend the copyright terms on musical recordings for another 45 years. Apparently, it’s unfair for performers who recorded tracks in their twenties not to keep receiving money for them in their seventies; under the current 50-year copyright term, “this means that income stops when performers are retired.” Funny—we thought that most retirees faced the same problem.




If this is going to approved by the European union then there are few people who have recored there tracks in twentys till now unableto get money , they need to face misrable time.