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Google Canada asks MPs for Copyright Board reform

Briefs | 10/04/2018 3:29 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Alphabet Inc.’s Google wants to see the Copyright Board of Canada tariff setting process simplified, its government relations counsel told members of Parliament Thursday, but at the same time he said a legislative overhaul of the Copyright Act isn’t necessary to deal with artist remuneration.

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