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Change at top signals little change in policy for record label association

News | 10/06/2004 4:00 am EDT

There will likely be little shift in the anti-piracy efforts undertaken by the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) as longtime industry executive and lawyer Graham Henderson takes over the helm from outgoing president Brian Robertson. Both Henderson and Robertson share the view that litigation must move ahead at the same time as continued education efforts to halt the precipitous decline in music sales experienced by the industry over the last four years. Both men also say the switch at the top has nothing to do with ongoing efforts to win court cases and influence legislation.

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