Likely still role for CSCC-type organization: Potts
News | 01/20/2005 5:00 am EST
The Canadian Society of Copyright Consumers (CSCC) is closing its doors after nearly 80 years in operation. The organization filed to surrender its charter with Industry Canada late last year. The organization, says executive VP and the group’s sustaining organizer Lyman Potts, has found its role increasingly co-opted by in-house counsel in ongoing copyright debates, and it has become increasingly difficult to fund.