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PROS: "It will generate new revenues for music performers and will help publishers and producers to continue to compete globally," read a joint statement from the European PROs, the International Federation of Musicians and the IFPI. Surprisingly, indie org IMPALA was equally enthused: "Those most affected by the extension will be [the] hundreds of thousands of individual artists and performers, as well as thousands of micro, small and medium-sized music companies," said Executive Chair Helen Smith. "At a time when certain interests seek to weaken copyright for their own purposes, this sends a vital message that the right of creators to earn a living is taken seriously by the EU." (9/13a)

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