Billboard/Reuters focuses on the forthcoming copyright reform bill, oddly referring to Canada's Copyright Act that has been amended numerous times – including recording industry requested provisions such as private copying, rental rights, and statutory damages – as "the existing 1921 legislation." The article includes a photo of musicians from the CMCC, who oppose many of the proposed legislative reforms.
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