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Kabel Norge says copyright law should foster domestic output

Tuesday 24 January 2017 | 13:35 CET | News
The Norwegian cable TV association, Kabel Norge, has expressed unease at copyright proposals presented at the Ministry of Culture on 23 January, saying they could harm Norway's audiovisual content industry. It said Norway needs a one-stop shop to set competition parameters in the domestic sector, and lawmakers need to take this into account.

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