Music publisher: bill C-11 favours “corporate music piracy”
Music industry representatives have charged that Canadian copyright reform does not provide strong enough remedies against digital piracy
At a hearing before the special Parliamentary committee on Canada's copyright reform bill C-11 last week, the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) took particular issue with section 18 of the bill, which says that a service “designed primarily” to enable acts...
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