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Regulation Set On Videocassettes

May 28, 1985| From the Associated Press

MEXICO CITY — The government, saying new measures must be taken at the start of a new technological era, has announced steps to regulate videocassette production here to protect producers' rights.

The government's radio, television and cinematographic department established a new office in which all types of audio-visual materials can be registered for resale with a department seal. Officials said the registry, announced in the federal gazette earlier this month, is intended to crack down on piracy of videocassettes and not to censor them.

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