Special Update - Monday, June 28, 2004  The Supreme Court of Canada will make public its decision in the Canadian Association of Internet Providers et al. v. Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada et al. case, commonly known as the Tariff 22 case, on Wednesday, June 30. The court heard the case on December 3, 2003, and the result has been widely anticipated for weeks (CNM, Dec. 4/04). The ruling will decide whether ISPs can be forced to pay royalties for music content that travels through their system of Internet caches, or for music that enters the country from outside Canada. It will also rule on the standard of review in copyright cases and what degree of deference the Federal Court of Appeal should have given the Copyright Board of Canada in the matter (CNM, Oct. 30/02).