DPRSRADigital Performance Rights in Sound Recordings Act of 1995
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36) In addition, the DPRSRA added a new subsection 6 to section 106 of the Copyright Act that created a new exclusive right--the digital performance right.
The DPRSRA subjected the limited right to performance to certain exclusions contained in section 114(d).
The DPRSRA adds another facet to copyright antitrust.
Further, Congress's enactment of the DPRSRA only created compulsory digital radio licensing system pursuant to which, in the absence of an agreement between a licensor and licensee, licenses are set by arbitration in domestic licensing.
111) To face the challenge, VPL and IFPI models of assigning licenses should mirror that of the domestic PRSs, as well as following the guidelines specified in the newly enacted DPRSRA.
Similarly, the protection of performance rights in sound recordings was long and finally forthcoming in the DPRSRA.