To originate and promote improvements in the law relating to
copyright or other matters concerning Members' sound recordings. This
includes supporting, opposing, or petitioning alterations in the law and
lobbying the National Assembly as may be deemed expedient for the
benefit of Members.
To disseminate among Members information on matters affecting the
business of the recording industry, to print, publish, issue, and
circulate such papers, periodicals, circulars, and other literary
undertakings as may be conducive for Members.
To establish and enforce rules and a code of conduct for the
regulation, maintenance, and promotion of standards by Members, their
management, employees, Directors, and agents in their dealings with each
other and with third parties.
To provide a forum in which Members may discuss matters of common
interest and to provide a medium to represent Members in negotiations
with government departments, relevant unions, trade associations, rights
organizations, broadcasting organizations, collective management
organizations, market research societies, and other interested parties,
including to represent Members on issues of public policy and engagement
with music users.