Battleground set for legal challenge of Tariff 24; hearings set for next November
News | 10/07/2003 4:00 am EDT
The battleground has been set and the lines in the sand drawn as the two sides fighting over the proposed implementation of a tariff for wireless ringtones prepare for oral arguments next November. The Copyright Board of Canada last month set November 23, 2004 as the day it will begin hearing testimony on Tariff 24, which proposes to impose a maximum of $30,000 in annual payments on the country’s wireless operators and ringtone suppliers.
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