“Day of Silence” coming to Internet radio on June 26

"Day of Silence" coming to Internet radio on June 26 – A number of Internet radio stations will go silent on June 26 in protest of the Copyright Royalty Board’s decision to retroactively raise royalty rates in mid-July. Read More… [Ars Technica]
"Day of Silence" coming to Internet radio on June 26 –

A number of Internet radio stations will go silent on June 26 in protest of the Copyright Royalty Board’s decision to retroactively raise royalty rates in mid-July.

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[Ars Technica]

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