You can learn more from Sam Trosow’s detailed presentation on the tariff proposal and its implications. The Canadian Library Association has posted its objection to the tariff, which includes its concerns. Knopf notes that anyone can file an objection by emailing email@example.com with the following information:
- Indicate who you are and generally and why you are objecting – i.e. if you think that the amount sought is excessive and exorbitant, that AC is seeking to license rights it doesn’t have in respect of repertoire it doesn’t have, etc.
- You don’t need any detail. Details come much, much later. Anything much longer than one or two pages is longer than necessary at this stage. And it won’t have any effect on the outcome. The objection is simply a necessary step to full participation.
- Provide your full contact information.
The deadline to participate in this week – Wednesday, August 11, 2010.