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Protest will silence some online music

Participants upset about plan to increase fees to recording companies, musicians

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / June 25, 2007

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A swath of the Internet is set to go silent tomorrow, as online music broadcasters shut down to protest a plan that will sharply increase the royalties they pay to recording companies and musicians. (Full article: 443 words)

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