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Private copying levy body says frozen rates unjustified as music downloading increases

News | 12/19/2003 5:00 am EST
Music industry representatives have expressed their strong disappointment in the Copyright Board of Canada’s decision not to raise a levy on blank recording media. On December 12, the board issued its long-awaited ruling on the levy to be applied to such media as blank audiocassettes, CD-Rs, and MP3 players for 2003/2004.

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