Several bosses of music companies are among the 50 signatories of a letter to UK newspaper The Times protesting at the likelihood of a ‘Lib-Lab’ coalition government of Labour and the Liberal Democrats after next week’s general election. They include Omnifone’s Rob Lewis, ieMusic’s Tim CLark, 24-7’s Frank Taubert and VidZone’s Adrian Workman. “The public need to know that a Lib-Lab coalition would have dire consequences for entrepreneurship in the UK,” says Lewis. However, if the alternative is a Conservative administration, there could be other concerns for the music industry: it has vowed to slash telecoms regulator Ofcom, which is supposed to be the body implementing the anti-piracy aspects of the Digital Economy Act… Source: Press Release

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