On October 21-22, 2021, a visiting meeting of the Council under the President of the Russian Federation on codification and improvement of civil legislation was held in Perm.
Rightholders and Internet companies signed a new version of the anti-piracy memorandum.
The online distribution of pirated copies of movies, TV series, music and books causes enormous damage to companies investing in content production.
The XIII International Conference, "Transport Networks Russia & CIS: Development of Backbone Networks", was held on March 17 - 18, 2022, in Moscow.
According to "Kommersant", music major labels are asking the Russian authorities not to rush into adopting draft amendments to the Civil Code on compulsory licensing, which would allow companies in Russia to use new media products despite sanctions.
According to "Vedomosti", a new version of the anti-piracy memorandum was signed at the end of 2021.
On December 6, 2021 with the support of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation the round table "Internet in Russia" was held, at which a large RAEC study on the trends and results of the digital economy in 2020-2021 was presented.
At the international educational conference Distant & Digital, the session "Digital content: practical steps to counter piracy" was held.
The members of the NFMI are major music companies. The cumulative catalog of phonograms and musical works of the NFMI member companies makes up more than 70 % of all music published in the world
The Association of Music Companies "National Federation of Music Industry" (NFMI) is a Russian non-profit organization representing the interests of the music business in Russia and other countries.
NFMI was founded in 2011 by record companies to remove barriers in the development of the music industry and create a favorable business climate, to form an effective system of legal protection of copyright and related rights, and to develop and strengthen the legal music market, represent and protect the interests of authors, performers, phonogram producers and other rights holders.
The aggregate catalog of phonograms and musical works of the NFMI member companies represents more than 70% of all music published in the world. NFMI's main goal is to develop in Russia the conditions for the successful existence of any business connected with the creation and distribution of music.
NFMI represents the interests of its members, who are rights holders in the field of music, and the music industry in general, before state authorities, as well as before commercial and non-commercial organizations. The Association also organizes interaction and dialogue with other IT and creative industries on a wide range of issues, promotes the exchange of opinions and coordination of positions within the music industry, explains to the general public the music business' position on key issues, and ensures interaction with international music associations.