According to “Mr P” (thanks), this article in Danish states that computer owners in Denmark will have to purchase a general media license to operate their machines. 1075 kroner every six months. That’s Â£100 or US$185.
Mr P says: “The reason, they claim, is that so many people watch TV and listen to radio through their computers, that the TV channels which benefit from said licence money apparently lose a lot of money. So they punish all the computer users, and probably some mobile phone users as well.”
Obviously, anyone finding or providing salient translation is welcomed to drop a note in comments.
ADDITIONAL from Mr P: “What the Danish are implementing is in fact a general media licence… In other words, where they ruled that anyone with a TV had to pay the licence before, it’s going to be expanded to -anything- you can potentially watch TV on, including computers and mobile phones. So basically, if one’s already paying for your TV set, then you’re okay, but those who don’t have TV sets are also going to be struck by this expansion. They also wanted to make paying the licence something everyone did until they actively reported that they had nothing they could watch TV on, but thankfully, that one didn’t get through.”