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The Recording Industry Association of Malaysia (RIM) is the national industry trade association set up to represent the locally incorporated recording companies in Malaysia. RIM currently represents 170 such companies and businesses, all of which are involved in the production, manufacturing and distribution of local and international sound, music video and karaoke recordings. This accounts for approximately 95% of all legitimate recordings in the music market of Malaysia.
 

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Cracking down on mobile phone dealers distributing and selling pirated songs
Wednesday, 02 June 2010

Sin Chew

 

貿消局接歌曲版權單位投訴 手機店涉侵權遭取締 

 

 (吉蘭丹哥打峇魯)丹州國內貿易及消費局代局長羅斯里指出,當局是接獲歌曲版權擁有單位的投訴,才在週二(413日)在一家購物廣場展開取締行動,對付一家手機店,此案目前仍在調查中。

 

 
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Ringtone piracy a serious problem
Monday, 22 March 2010

手机业者无准证售手机歌曲铃声 音乐工业年损1亿       Kwong Wah

(新山16日讯)手机业者在没有准证的情况下售卖手机歌曲铃声,令音乐工业每年损失高达1亿令吉!
国内贸易与消费人事务部联合大马唱片业公会与大马唱片播放版权有限公司,将采取严厉措施,对付非法售卖手机歌曲铃声的手机营业者。

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Ringtone piracy a serious problem
Monday, 22 March 2010
The Star, New Straits Times, Harian Metro, Utusan Malaysia
 
JOHOR BAHARU:  Illegal mobile phone ringtone downloads are costing the local music industry a whopping RM100mil in annual losses.
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Denda RM56j miliki lagu cetak rompak
Friday, 22 January 2010

Sinar Harian

KUALA LUMPUR - Tidak masuk akal! Tetapi itulah hakikat akibat memiliki 28,353 koleksi lagu cetak rompak boleh dikenakan denda sebanyak RM56 juta oleh mahkamah jika disabitkan kesalahan mengikut Seksyen 41(1) Akta Hakcipta 1987.

 

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Karaoke owner faces RM56m fine after raid
Friday, 22 January 2010

New Straits Times

KUALA LUMPUR: A nightclub owner could be fined as much as RM56 million, one of the largest under copyright law, after 28,353 unlicensed copies of karaoke recordings were found at his outlet at Taman Permaisuri, Cheras, on Tuesday. The 45-year-old man is also facing a maximum five years in prison if found guilty under Section 41(1) of the Copyright Act 1987.

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