Agency for Cultural Affairs, from next month to add copyright fee to Blu-ray disc and recording equipment

It is now clear that the Agency for Cultural Affairs will add a copyright fee to Blu-ray Disc and its recording equipment next month.

I feel like I started spreading at lastAlthough it is Blu-ray, is there a possibility that the spreading pace will be dullened by copyright royalty being added?

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According to the Nihon Keizai Shimbun news agency, the Agency for Cultural Affairs banned the price of Blu-ray discs and recording equipment as a copyright feePrivate sound recording compensation compensation"It is said that he decided to enforce the Decree to add on May 22th.

In addition, copyright royalty is added in July 2008, after recording digital broadcasting on HDD recorder etc, Operating rules enabling "9 copies" and "1 move" on DVD etc.It was decided to be introduced in conjunction with the introduction of "Dubbing 10"It is said that the start was delayed as a result of difficulties in the adjustment between the rights holder group and the manufacturer side.

In addition, according to the enforcement notice released by the Agency for Cultural Affairs by May 22, it seems to be stated that there is a possibility that manufacturers may not cooperate in collecting compensation money for digital broadcasting. This is because there is a high possibility that manufacturers will not add compensation to product prices, and it is said that there is a possibility that the rights holder will sue the manufacturer in the future.

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