No. We respect all individuals' personal privacy, and as a business, we are not allowed to capture personal details of individuals in a searchable database as a matter of law.  We may only capture data essential to transacting business, such as an address, payment information, etc.  Pepper works ardently to represent the music of all composers and publishers, and we have equitable, consistent business practices in place to make that happen. Not all music is reviewed, but for categories that are reviewed, we only consider its musical qualities and appropriateness for the category being considered. We do not capture any personal information about composers or arrangers other than the name published on the music. 

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