The Supreme Court of Canada today announced that it will release its leave to appeal decision in the private copying case on Thursday morning. The case generated significant attention last December when the Federal Court of Appeal upheld the legality of the private copying system but struck down its application to MP3 players such as the Apple iPod. Both sides in the case (which includes the collective, major retailers such as Wal-Mart, and equipment makers such as Apple) asked the Supreme Court to hear an appeal.
SCC Private Copying Leave Decision on Thursday
July 25, 2005
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