SCC determines users shouldn’t pay for royalties twice under Copyright Act
News | 07/15/2022 5:07 pm EDT
The Supreme Court of Canada says Canada’s Copyright Act “does not exist solely for the benefit of authors,” in a decision in which it found that the Copyright Board erred in its interpretation of the Copyright Act’s “making available right.”
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