Copyright Board to Survey Stakeholders on Satisfaction

The Copyright Board of Canada plans to survey stakeholders to measure their satisfaction.  The Board has set an initial satisfaction target rate of 70 percent.

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  1. Lior Silberman says:

    And who are the “stakeholders”?
    I’m still more familiar with the way things work in the US, but if that experience is any judge, “stakeholders” will mainly mean the copyright industry, possibly also large “users” of the tariffs like universities. I seriously doubt that individuals who own copyrights (non-bestselling artists, authors and the like) and members of the public (surly the largest class of stakeholders) will be surveyed at all.