11.16.2004 08:00 AM
SPARS to adopt version of APRS Studio Security Checklist

Studio trade organization SPARS plans to revise and adapt guidelines developed by its UK counterpart organization, APRS.

The guidelines are intended to help studios tighten security involving music data, and avoid potential liability from losses that end up illicitly on the Internet and other digital portals.

APRS conceived the Studio Security Guidelines in conjunction with the BPI. SPARS will review and adapt the guidelines for use by its U.S. membership, according to Jeff Greenberg, outgoing SPARS president.

For more information, visit www.aprs.co.uk and www.spars.com.

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