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Making available right established for downloads, but no rates set

News | 08/29/2017 6:26 pm EDT
Music download services like Apple's iTunes are now covered by the Copyright Act's making available right./ Screenshot via Apple.

The Copyright Board has ruled that the making available right under the Copyright Act applies to downloads, settling a case that began four years ago, but declined to set a value for the tariff.

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