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Time to put anti-circumvention talk to bed: Fewer

News | 11/13/2007 2:25 pm EST

Although they've had more than a week, Canada's recording industry has yet to respond to the Industry Canada-commissioned study on peer-to-peer filesharing concluding that the practice actually tends to increase music purchasing. While it's unlikely to be the case, those who oppose anti-circumvention laws hope the labels' silence is telling.

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