Belgian artist advocacy group Younison has revealed that it’s “building a case” against Belgian musicians and authors’ collection societies SABAM and SACEM based on what it claims are “failings in distributing digital music revenues to artists”. The pressure group claims that there are “unacceptable and unaccountable delays” in redistributing digital money to artists, and says the legal action will tie in with its ongoing Stand Up For Your Rights charter, which aims to help artists take action against inequalities in the digital ecosystem.

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