@musictechpolicy: Alexa, where’s my credit?

Marty Bandier has raised a good question–why are songwriters not accorded proper credit on digital services?  Services that often don’t even have a field for songwriter credits in their incoming metadata.  This is particularly interesting in the compulsory license context where these rights of attribution–or “moral rights”–are protected by the Berne Convention to a large extent and are expressly acknowledged in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  Songwriters are forced to license to users who fail to accord them credit for their works….

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