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Will Copyright Board agree to hear CPCC’s new MP3 levy request?

News | 03/09/2007 5:00 am EST

Last month, the Canadian Private Copying Collective (CPCC) announced a return to a path it’s been down before: the group, which gathers levies on blank media and pools the funds for distribution to musical rightsholders, filed a tariff application with the Copyright Board of Canada proposing levies of up to $10 on flash memory cards and up to $75 on MP3 players, such as Apple Inc.’s iPod and Microsoft Corp.’s Zune.

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