ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL COLLECTIVE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTION TO MANAGE THE ECONOMIC RIGHTS OF CREATORS AND RELATED RIGHTS OWNERS IN THE DIGITAL AGE
A creator who has created a copyrighted work is entitled to a reward from his copyrighted work which is called royalties. According to the law, royalties are compensation for the use of the economic rights of a work or related rights product received by the creator or owner of the related rights. The issue raised is how is the concept of collecting music and song royalties that are appropriate and fair to optimize the authority of the National Collective Management Institute (LMKN) in attracting, collecting and distributing Royalties in the digital economy era related to Cyber Law? The research method used is normative juridical. The results of the study show that royalty collection is related to digital information and communication technology which has not been regulated either by the government or specifically regulated by LMKN as a royalty collection institution, the government in this case the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, the Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights, the Directorate of Copyright. Through the National Collective Management Institute, has regulated the maximum collection of Song and/or Music Copyright Royalties.
Establishment, Management, Digital