Katy Perry & Christina Aguilera calling for changes to copyright law

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Hundreds of artists, songwriters, managers, and other players in the music industry are requesting that the U.S. Copyright Office to make changes to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, a law they say is not only out-of-date, but detrimental to artists and the future of the industry.

Katy Perry, Fifth Harmony, Christina Aguilera and Bon Jovi are just some of 57 artists who signed a letter calling for a “sensible reform” of the act, which was signed into law by Bill Clinton in 1998.