In most countries and throughout the recent history of public performance of music, the person who benefits from the profits of that performance has had to be the one to pay for some kind of public performance licence. The money from there goes to those who were involved in the making of the music. So far so good, right? So why is there now a “digital DJ licence”, too?
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