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IFPI Closed My YouTube Channel
IFPI Closed My YouTube Channel
Published: 2016/11/19
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DISCUSSION - Copyright Strike | IFPI
DISCUSSION - Copyright Strike | IFPI
Published: 2016/06/29
Channel: SHAY
SO I RECEIVED A COPYRIGHT STRIKE FROM IFPI?
SO I RECEIVED A COPYRIGHT STRIKE FROM IFPI?
Published: 2016/10/29
Channel: SimplyPops
Copyright Strike from IFPI
Copyright Strike from IFPI
Published: 2016/02/12
Channel: RZombie
IFPI IS TAKING YOUTUBE OVER!! (I RECIEVED A COPYRIGHT STRIKE)
IFPI IS TAKING YOUTUBE OVER!! (I RECIEVED A COPYRIGHT STRIKE)
Published: 2016/03/29
Channel: The YouTuber Guy
IFPI SUCKS
IFPI SUCKS
Published: 2016/05/20
Channel: Sunlightshadow
I GOT A COPYRIGHT STRIKE! Reaction Skit (F*CK YOU IFPI)
I GOT A COPYRIGHT STRIKE! Reaction Skit (F*CK YOU IFPI)
Published: 2016/11/29
Channel: Aznromeo
HARDtalk: The Music Industry - Digital Music & Piracy
HARDtalk: The Music Industry - Digital Music & Piracy
Published: 2009/01/08
Channel: arXter
I Got A False Copyright Strike... @JohnScarce @TeamYouTube
I Got A False Copyright Strike... @JohnScarce @TeamYouTube
Published: 2016/09/16
Channel: chrisconthedon
"Your Mom" -IFPI Diss Track (Freestyle)
"Your Mom" -IFPI Diss Track (Freestyle)
Published: 2017/02/07
Channel: Trejo's World
I GOT A COPYRIGHT STRIKE (IFPI)
I GOT A COPYRIGHT STRIKE (IFPI)
Published: 2016/06/29
Channel: SHAY
IFPI copyright nazis
IFPI copyright nazis
Published: 2010/12/21
Channel: CensorTubeDOTEu
Is IFPI Racially Profiling YouTubers?
Is IFPI Racially Profiling YouTubers?
Published: 2016/11/20
Channel: Tristan Davis
HARDtalk: The Music Industry - Artists vs. Labels
HARDtalk: The Music Industry - Artists vs. Labels
Published: 2009/01/08
Channel: arXter
Interview with Stephen Budd for IFPI
Interview with Stephen Budd for IFPI
Published: 2008/11/10
Channel: StephenBuddMgt
#REKT BY IFPI
#REKT BY IFPI
Published: 2016/06/21
Channel: CobsPlays
Copyright Strike from IFPI(Got an email?!?)
Copyright Strike from IFPI(Got an email?!?)
Published: 2016/02/17
Channel: RZombie
Your Voice - Music Fights Back! (IFPI)
Your Voice - Music Fights Back! (IFPI)
Published: 2010/04/09
Channel: MAD TV GREECE
DMT 54 - Piracy Special Alex Jacob, IFPI
DMT 54 - Piracy Special Alex Jacob, IFPI
Published: 2013/10/18
Channel: Digital Music Trends
Got Another Copyright Strike!!! (IFPI)
Got Another Copyright Strike!!! (IFPI)
Published: 2016/07/08
Channel: Issac Reid
Hot Music  - Best Selling Single By Year Worldwide (2007-2016)
Hot Music - Best Selling Single By Year Worldwide (2007-2016)
Published: 2017/05/17
Channel: Music Tv
IFPI copyrighted my 40 subscriber montage video for no reason ☹️☹️
IFPI copyrighted my 40 subscriber montage video for no reason ☹️☹️
Published: 2017/04/05
Channel: Just a Casual gamer
REL iFPI Line
REL iFPI Line
Published: 2016/06/17
Channel: REL Inc.
I GOT A COPYRIGHT STRIKE!! (IFPI DID THIS!!)
I GOT A COPYRIGHT STRIKE!! (IFPI DID THIS!!)
Published: 2017/03/01
Channel: Userkid
I WAS NOT HACKED!
I WAS NOT HACKED!
Published: 2015/11/03
Channel: TinyDreamer
IFPI AIRPLAY TOP 5 WEEK 04.05.2016
IFPI AIRPLAY TOP 5 WEEK 04.05.2016
Published: 2016/05/04
Channel: POWERTOP10 CHARTSHOW
Ifpi is the locus of a clear but uncertain six tone chord.
Ifpi is the locus of a clear but uncertain six tone chord.
Published: 2010/12/08
Channel: altemark
IFPI copyright nazis
IFPI copyright nazis
Published: 2010/12/21
Channel: icanhasconfusion
Youtube
Youtube's Janky Copyright Strikes
Published: 2016/08/07
Channel: XPectUs
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Biga's Speech_IPFI Launch Conference_PART 1
Published: 2009/11/30
Channel: IPFI1
I HATE IFPI (Goodbye)
I HATE IFPI (Goodbye)
Published: 2017/05/16
Channel: TopBeatz
IFPI (HQ)
IFPI (HQ)
Published: 2016/07/28
Channel: YouTubeFunChannel
NAZIS OF YOUTUBE IFPI
NAZIS OF YOUTUBE IFPI
Published: 2016/09/24
Channel: ToxicNovA
Music Industry Sets Friday as New Global Release Day
Music Industry Sets Friday as New Global Release Day
Published: 2015/02/26
Channel: Wochit Entertainment
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IFPI aren't cool and people how does the same thing.
Published: 2016/05/10
Channel: Dojo Gamer
ifpi TOP5 radio airplay
ifpi TOP5 radio airplay
Published: 2016/03/19
Channel: POWERTOP10 CHARTSHOW
Deklarasi ikatan fungsional pengadaan Indonesia IFPI
Deklarasi ikatan fungsional pengadaan Indonesia IFPI
Published: 2016/03/27
Channel: Agus Arif Rakhman
The IFPI
The IFPI's John Kennedy shares his dream for the future of the music business
Published: 2009/03/05
Channel: Branded
Drake Named Most Popular Artist 2016
Drake Named Most Popular Artist 2016
Published: 2017/04/25
Channel: Wochit Entertainment
Cleary charged over attacks on Soca, IFPI, BPI
Cleary charged over attacks on Soca, IFPI, BPI
Published: 2011/06/23
Channel: Julio Garcia
MESSAGE TO IFPI SUCK MY SHICK! GIVE ME ANOTHER COPYRIGHT STRIKE ANDI ITS A DISS TRACK!!!!!
MESSAGE TO IFPI SUCK MY SHICK! GIVE ME ANOTHER COPYRIGHT STRIKE ANDI ITS A DISS TRACK!!!!!
Published: 2017/06/23
Channel: Basis
Adele Named IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2015 | Hollywood News
Adele Named IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2015 | Hollywood News
Published: 2016/02/08
Channel: Hollywood Everywhere
YOUTUBE TOOK DOWN MY VIDEOS WITHOUT WARNING!F#K YOURSELF IFPI
YOUTUBE TOOK DOWN MY VIDEOS WITHOUT WARNING!F#K YOURSELF IFPI
Published: 2016/06/30
Channel: SaFroN TigEr
TRABO™ Instructional Video
TRABO™ Instructional Video
Published: 2016/04/21
Channel: REL Inc.
Rob Hooijer talks to Joy News
Rob Hooijer talks to Joy News
Published: 2016/09/02
Channel: MyJoyOnline TV
Tim & Puma Mimi - Musik Business feat. Zebra Baby
Tim & Puma Mimi - Musik Business feat. Zebra Baby
Published: 2012/05/18
Channel: Mouthwatering Records
Music Services
Music Services
Published: 2012/08/15
Channel: Flumedia
IFPI May Move Global Release Day From Tuesday to Friday in Attempt to Boost Weekend Album Sales
IFPI May Move Global Release Day From Tuesday to Friday in Attempt to Boost Weekend Album Sales
Published: 2015/02/25
Channel: Celebified
CYBERTHREAT - "We must believe"
CYBERTHREAT - "We must believe"
Published: 2016/06/14
Channel: VIK MOON INDUSTRIAL CHANNEL
2000 CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: "NAPSTER"
2000 CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: "NAPSTER"
Published: 2016/05/12
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International Federation of the Phonographic Industry
Abbreviation IFPI
Motto Representing the recording industry worldwide
Formation 1933
Headquarters 7 Air Street Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom
Chief executive
Frances Moore
Main organ
Main board of directors
Website ifpi.org

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) is the organisation that represents the interests of the recording industry worldwide. It is a non-profit members' organisation registered in Switzerland and founded in Italy in 1933. It operates a Secretariat based in London, with regional offices in Brussels, Hong Kong and Miami.

Function[edit]

Its stated mission is to promote the value of recorded music, safeguard the rights of record producers and expand the commercial uses of recorded music.[1] Its services to members include legal policy advice (lobbying), copyright enforcement, litigation and regulatory affairs, market research and communications support.

Structure[edit]

Frances Moore was appointed the chief executive of IFPI with a term effective from 1 July 2010.[2] She replaced John Kennedy OBE, who had headed the organisation since 2005 and was also one of the co-producers of Live Aid and Live8.[3]

The IFPI is currently based in Piccadilly in the City of Westminster in London, England.

Scope of influence[edit]

IFPI represents the recording industry worldwide with some 1,400 members in 66 countries and affiliated industry associations in 45 countries.[1] According to the IFPI, "any company, firm or person producing sound recordings or music videos which are made available to the public in reasonable quantities is eligible for membership of IFPI",[1] though the company does not specify what "reasonable quantities" actually means.

National groups and affiliate bodies include SNEP in France, Bundesverband Musikindustrie in Germany, RIAJ in Japan, BPI in the UK and RIAA in the US. Although recognised as an "affiliated group", the RIAA on its own website specifically notes that IFPI administers programs "for a number of countries, excluding the United States".[4] Record labels can be members of both their local industry body and IFPI.

History[edit]

Members of the international phonographic industry formed the IFPI at the industry's first international congress in Rome, Italy, held from 10–14 November 1933[5] and registered its head office in Zurich, Switzerland.[6] The IFPI described its mission as representing "the interests of the recording industry worldwide in all fora"[7] by promoting legislation and copyrights[8] and "to protect the largely British-based recording industry" by promoting a global performance right in gramophone sound recordings.[9]

Phonogram copyrights established[edit]

The IFPI lobbied at the Rome Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations of 1961, which established an international standard for the protection of sound recordings, live performances and broadcasts. This Convention was opposed by trade groups representing authors and composers, who were concerned that establishing such "neighbouring rights" would undermine their own control over how their works were used and would result in prohibitively expensive licensing.[10] Pressure from United States-based broadcasters who didn't want to license the records they broadcast, among other factors, kept the United States from signing the Convention; the United States would not recognise a separate sound recording copyright until 1971.[11]

Phonogram copy protection efforts[edit]

In an effort to combat copyright violation, in 1971, the IFPI advocated for the Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms (the Geneva Phonograms Convention), which 72 countries signed.[12]

In 1986, the ISO established the International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) standard, ISO 3901. In 1989, the IFPI was designated the registration authority for ISRC codes. ISRC codes "enable the use of copyright protected recordings and works to be controlled; facilitate the distribution and collection of royalties (performances, private copying); and assist in the fight against piracy."[13]

To further combat infringement of recorded works, the IFPI and the compact disc manufacturing industry introduced Source Identification (SID) codes in 1994. The SID codes are markings on optical discs such as compact discs (CD) and digital versatile discs (DVD) that identify the manufacturer, equipment, and master discs used to create each disc. There are two codes: the SID mastering code and the SID mould code. The SID mastering code identifies the manufacturing facility used to produce a master from which moulds are produced. The SID mould code identifies the plant where the disc was moulded (replicated). Since not all optical disc manufacturing facilities have the ability to both produce master discs and replicate discs, the SID mastering code and SID mould code on a given optical disc may or may not represent the same manufacturing facility.[14]:3,4

SID codes follow a standard format consisting of the letters "IFPI" followed by four or five hexadecimal digits. A number prefaced with "L" is a "mastering code", a serial number taken from a pool assigned by Philips to the manufacturer. The mastering code identifies the Laser Beam Recorder (LBR) signal processor or mould that produced a particular stamper or a glass master disc from which moulds are produced. Non-"L" numbers are "mould codes", which identify the manufacturer that replicated the disc. Phillips assigns the first 2 or 3 digits of the mould code and the remaining digits are a serial number assigned by that plant to its moulds.[14]:4,7

The Pirate Bay incidents[edit]

In mid-October 2007, after the IFPI let the ifpi.com domain registration lapse, ownership of the ifpi.com domain was transferred to The Pirate Bay, a group which claimed it received the domain from an anonymous donor.[15] The group set up a Website under the domain titled "International Federation of Pirates Interests", a replacement backronym for IFPI. Ownership of the domain was returned to the IFPI in late November, when a WIPO arbitration panel concluded that "the Disputed Domain Name is identical or confusingly similar to a trademark in which the [IFPI] has rights" and that the Pirate Bay's representative "registered and [was] using the Disputed Domain Name in bad faith" and failed to adequately rebut the IFPI's contention that he "has no rights or a legitimate interest in the Disputed Domain Name."[16] The organisation's website www.ifpi.org was unaffected during the dispute.

In a separate incident, on 18 February 2009, the Swedish ifpi.se domain was hacked by The Pirate Bay supporter(s). This occurred on the third day of the trial of the Pirate Bay founders in Sweden. The site was replaced with a short message directed at the Prosecutor Håkan Roswall and plaintiffs ("Warner Brothers etc"). It was signed "The New Generation".[17] Peter Sunde of Pirate Bay made an appeal on Twitter requesting that the hackers stop this defacement.[18]

On 19 April 2009, after the announcement of an unfavorable Swedish court decision against The Pirate Bay, the ifpi.org and ifpi.se domains were reportedly subjected to a DDoS attack. The British technology news and opinion website The Register and the copyright, file sharing and digital rights focused news site TorrentFreak speculated that the attacks were perpetrated by Pirate Bay supporters.[19][20][citation needed]

Record sales certification[edit]

The IFPI awards two album sales certifications, the IFPI Platinum Europe Awards and the IFPI Middle East Awards.

The IFPI Platinum Europe Awards were founded in 1996.[21] They are awarded for actual retail sales (as opposed to shipments) of one million albums, in one of the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.[22] An archive of past winners is available online.[21]

The IFPI Middle East Awards were established in October 2009.[21] They are awarded for sales in either Lebanon or the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, namely Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. in the GCC, Gold certificate is awarded for sales of 3,000 units and Platinum for sales of 6,000 units. In Lebanon, Gold certificate is awarded for sales of 1,000 units and Platinum for sales of 2,000 units.[23] An archive of past winners is also available online.[21]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "IFPI's Mission". IFPI. Retrieved 2010-05-18. 
  2. ^ "Frances Moore to be new CEO of IFPI" (Press release). IFPI. 24 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-24. 
  3. ^ "John Kennedy to succeed Jay Berman as Chairman and CEO of IFPI" (Press release). IFPI. 13 September 2004. Retrieved 2008-07-02. 
  4. ^ "RIAA: Gold & Platinum: History". riaa.org. Retrieved 2009-03-31. 
  5. ^ Thalheim, Dr. R. (1938). "Der Schutz der Schallplatte nach italienischen Verordnung vom 18. February 1937.". Archiv für Urheber-, Film- und Theaterrecht. 11. Berlin: Julius Springer. p. 39. 
  6. ^ "Introduction of the RIT (IFPI Taiwan)". Retrieved 2009-04-21. 
  7. ^ Drahos, Peter; Braithwaite, John (2002). Information Feudalism: Who Owns The Knowledge Economy?. Earthscan. pp. 181–182. ISBN 1-85383-917-5. The key actor in coordinating the industry's piracy strategy became its international trade association, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. Formed in 1933, its mission was to represent 'the interests of the recording industry worldwide in all fora'. 
  8. ^ Davies, Gillian (May 1984). Oral History of Recorded Sound (Abstract). British Library National Sound Archiv e. Retrieved 2008-04-10. IFPI founded in 1933 to deal with [r]ecord industry at inter-governmental level; promoting legislation; copyrights for industry worldwide. 
  9. ^ Frith, Simon (January 1988). "Copyright and the Music Business". 7 (1). Popular Music: 57. JSTOR 853076. IFPI was founded in 1933, in its own words, 'to protect the largely British-based recording industry', but, as Gavin McFarlane points out, its brief was more specifically 'to promote on a world-wide basis the performing right in gramophone records'... 
  10. ^ Drahos & Braithwaite 2002, p. 181: "Authors and composers became increasingly worried by copyright's technological turn. They saw it as compromising the artistic purity of copyright. At a more practical level, authors were worried that the recognition of a 'neighbouring right' in the form of a sound recording would undermine their control over the use of works as well as add to users' costs. Users would now have to pay additional licence fees to producers of sound recordings. It was the resistance of key author associations that helps to explain why it took more than 30 years for an international standard for the protection of sound recordings to emerge in the form of the Rome Convention of 1961."
  11. ^ Drahos & Braithwaite 2002, p. 181: "The US did not join the Rome Convention. Aside from some constitutional issues, powerful broadcasting organisations in the US did not want to endanger a status quo in which they received records from the recording industry for free or at a discount. Domestically, the US did not recognise a separate copyright in sound recordings until 1971."
  12. ^ Drahos & Braithwaite 2002, p. 181: "After its major lobbying effort on the Rome Convention [of 1961], IFPI began a campaign against piracy. It pushed for and obtained in 1971 the Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms against Unauthorised Duplication of their Phonograms."
  13. ^ ISRC Practical Guide, 3rd edition, 1998, International ISRC Agency, London.
  14. ^ a b "SID Code Implementation Guide" (PDF). IFPI. International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 2012-01-10. 
  15. ^ Ernesto (12 October 2007). "Anti-Piracy Organization Domain IFPI.com Now Owned by The Pirate Bay". TorrentFreak. Retrieved 2008-04-10. 
  16. ^ "WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Administrative Panel Decision: IFPI Secretariat, IFPI International Federation of the Phonographic Industry v. Peter Kopimi Sunde aka Brokep (Case No. D2007-1328)". 19 November 2007. Retrieved 2008-04-10. 
  17. ^ "Screenshot of translated message, original in Swedish". 
  18. ^ "Technology = "Whoever is hacking, please stop doing that"". New Scientist. Reed Business Information. 201 (2697): 17. 
  19. ^ Leyden, John (20 April 2009). "Music industry sites DDoSed after Pirate Bay verdict". Retrieved 2009-04-20. 
  20. ^ "Ernesto Van Der Sar" (20 April 2009). "IFPI Site Under Attack by Pirate Bay Supporters". Retrieved 2009-04-20. 
  21. ^ a b c d "IFPI Awards". ifpi.org. Archived from the original on 29 July 2010. Retrieved 16 May 2011. IFPI Middle East Awards 
  22. ^ "Platinum Europe Awards – Terms and Conditions". ifpi.org. Retrieved 16 May 2011. 
  23. ^ "IFPI MIDDLE EAST AWARD APPLICATION FORM" (PDF). ifpi.org. October 2009. Retrieved 16 May 2011. 

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