The students say the system, which they plan to officially announce Monday, falls within the time-honored licensing and royalty system under which the music industry allows broadcasters and others to play recordings for a public audience. Major music industry groups are reserving comment, while some legal experts say the MIT system mainly demonstrates how unwieldy copyright laws have become.
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