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CPCC files same tariffs on private copying as approved by board in 2004

News | 03/17/2004 5:00 am EST

The body responsible for collecting tariffs on blank media says it didn’t have enough time to propose new rates for 2005, and has submitted exactly the same proposed levels as were decided in December by the Copyright Board of Canada. On March 5, the Canadian Private Copying Collective (CPCC) submitted its proposal to the board, unchanged in any respect from the rates that are now being appealed to the Federal Court of Appeal on constitutional and other grounds (CNM, Jan. 26/04).

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