EU copyright law plan angers Radiohead, Pink Floyd

Yorke performs with Radiohead at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in IndioBRUSSELS (Reuters) – A proposed EU law to give musicians more rights over their royalties has angered bands like Radiohead and Pink Floyd, who accused the European Commission of breaking promises to tackle the problem of musicians' missing pay. The Commission announced a draft law on Wednesday designed to make sure that the firms collecting music royalties on the behalf of artists also hand them over to the performers, composers and producers involved in making a piece of music. …