Canadian Heritage Copyright Collective Study Released

The Canadian Heritage sponsored study on copyright collectives by C. Craig Parks has been publicly released.  I blogged about an earlier version here.

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  1. Amazing…
    “the levy legitimizes it and provides compensation to the people who created the music. It’s pretty hard to say why that’s not fair,” Basskin says.

    My goodness, let me count the ways.

    All this means is that if I do decide to buy an iPod after the levy is applied, I will do so in the United States. Whether the price is lower or not is immaterial to me. Basskin and his merry band of thieves won’t get the $75, and that’s the important part.