The Canadian Private Copying Collective has issued a release saying that it has no plans to seek a levy on cloud-based music services. The CPCC says the services are viewed as licensed services, not private copying (though neither the Google nor Amazon services are currently licensed). The announcement vindicates Canadian […]
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Appeared in the Toronto Star on June 12, 2011 as Forecast Iffy for Music Cloud Services in Canada Apple has once again captured the attention of the Internet world with the unveiling of the iCloud, an online backup system that will allow users to instantly store their content on Apple […]
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