17 Feb '11, 2am

Praise God? Pay hymn royalties first: Singapore churches which have ditched traditional hymn books during servic...

Praise God? Pay hymn royalties first: Singapore churches which have ditched traditional hymn books during servic...

Pastor Joseph Prince leading his congregation at one of New Creation Church's Sunday services. The church is one of Christian Copyright Licensing International's customers. --ST PHOTO: SAMUEL HE IT IS usually associated with teenagers downloading pirated songs for their iPods. But the battle between music technology and copyright law has now spread to one of the oldest human activities - religious worship. Singapore churches which have ditched traditional hymn books during services in favour of gadgets such as electronic projectors are being told they could be in breach of copyright, and asked to pay royalties. Read the full story in Thursday's edition of The Straits Times.

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/...

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