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Dear Listers,

Something interesting has been happening in the entertainment industry. I
hope many of you have been or continue to be entertained online from
artists who have resolved to stream their lovely ballads to us. A relief
especially when you are working from home.

Paul Kaindo, an advocate at the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) says it is
illegal to stream online and requires a special license
<edaily.co.ke/entertainment/music-livestreams-illegal-djs-require-special-broadcast-licence-kecobo-139335/entertainment-top-stories/#.Xs446JomasM.twitter>
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Now, Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) has a response through the issued press
statement, look at part 2. To make try and reflect more on it, though not
related, think of KRA moving into *Digital Services Tax.*
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*Kind Regards,*

*David Indeje *
+254 (0) 711 385 945 | +254 (0) 734 024 856

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