Ole, Canada’s largest music publisher, has issued a stinging release on Bill C-32, arguing that the bill does little for songwriters and artists. The release notes that digital locks represent a failed strategy, instead advocating for levy systems.
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Ole, a Canadian music publishing firm, has called on the Canadian government to establish a ISP monitoring system of content viewed by subscribers. Saying that ISPs should mimic cable/TV, it argues that ISPs could track content and pay rights holders for what is viewed. The word "privacy" does not appear […]