July 30, 2014
Specifically, the demand is for the ability of some of their cars to record CDs on their hard drives.
As we can read in TorrentFreak, the Association of Artists and Recording Companies (AARC in its acronym in English) has sued the two automotive multinationals for a still unknown amount in royalties for their affiliates. This fact would be supported by the “Audio Home Recording Act” of 1992, a law that required importers and creators of digital audio recording devices to pay a royalty as compensation for copying.
The copy devices from Ford, known as the “Jukebox”, and from General Motors, called the “Hard Drive Device”, allow drivers to make a copy of a CD inside their car and, therefore, must comply with the law of 1992.
via Ford and General Motors sued for CD copy.
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