Parliament has passed legislation that provides a stronger legal framework to protect copyrights, especially with new technologies available that can take advantage of the Internet... Police in collaboration with the International Federation of Phonographic Industry (IFPI) representatives, raided a commerical premises at 19 Kim Keat Road, a factory manufacturing pirated music Compact Discs (CDs)...

        Pro-music website www.pro-music.org turns one year.

        Pro-music was launched in May 2003, supported by an international alliance of musicians, performers,
    artistes, major and independent record companies and music retailers. This initiative was set up as part of the music industry's campaign to promote legtimate music services and counter online music piracy.

        Today, the website lists over 100 legitimate online sties worldwide, offering an average of more than 500,000 unique tracks from the major online music services.

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