Appeared in the Toronto Star on August 8, 2005 as Copying Levy Hasn't Worked Well For Anyone Appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on August 11, 2005 as Lose the Levy The private copying system, which establishes a levy on recording media such as blank CDs in return for the right […]
Archive for August 7th, 2005
Today's Sunday Star contains an important letter to the editor from Graham Henderson, President of the Canadian Recording Industry Association. Responding to concern that the exculsion of the iPod from the private copying system would lead to liability for Canadians who copy their own CDs to their iPods, Henderson pledges […]
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