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Dropping blanket licensing for educational content reform not enough: AUCC

News | 03/22/2005 5:00 am EST

The Association of Universities and Colleges Canada (AUCC) says the federal government must go beyond its decision to drop a controversial scheme to remunerate copyright holders when their works are used in the classroom to explicitly recognize educational use as an exception in the Copyright Act.

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