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January 12, 2004
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Israel is considering a bill that would end royalties for American artists and recording labels whose songs are played in Israel. As part of plans to modernize Israel’s copyright laws, the country is considering a provision to allow compensation only to participants to the 1961 Rome Convention treaty on copyright laws, which does not include the United States, according to the Jerusalem Post.

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