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Logic, coupled with advocacy, is trump at the Copyright Board: Vancise

News | 01/24/2007 5:00 am EST

With deliberations and hearings on online music services taking place later this year at the Copyright Board of Canada, it seems fitting to examine the thoughts of Copyright Board chairman Justice William Vancise on how tariffs are set. While the remarks below – redacted from a longer speech – were made late last year at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ annual conference, they illustrate Justice Vancise’s views on compensation for use of copyrighted works, as well as how the board functions internally.

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