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PAH!!!

I imagine this is true...however it's somewhat unrealistic and imposible to implement. I think it fine as long as you play music for the kids to listen to, not a public performance. I have been known to copy CD's (keeping the original safe) as the children are not that careful with them. i'm not distributing them so that is ok. (i think!)

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PAH!!!

I imagine this is true...however it's somewhat unrealistic and imposible to implement. I think it fine as long as you play music for the kids to listen to, not a public performance. I have been known to copy CD's (keeping the original safe) as the children are not that careful with them. i'm not distributing them so that is ok. (i think!)

 

You can copy a CD as many times as you want as long as you have the original copy ! and as long as you don't sell them or whatever !

 

 

Mrs Weasley x

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Just did a quick search - basically you have to have a license for any music played outside the home - click here to check! The performing rights society's website points you to another site for educational establishments - CEFM say they are the collection agents within the school sector for the Performing Rights Society and this link shows the kind of things you need a license for!

 

Another thing to do then....

 

Maz

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