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What the Supreme Court's copyright rulings mean for you


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19-Jul-2012, 01:23 PM #1
What the Supreme Court's copyright rulings mean for you

This is Canada's ruling on entertainment media downloading and how it affects the consumers, artists and producers.
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20-Jul-2012, 08:54 AM #2
Wow, that Canadian artists are every bit as petty and greedy us the American artists! Glad this failed.
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I wonder how much of the extra fees would have actually gone to the artists... I get the impression that much of it was more for the publisher. Either way, it sounds like they made the right choices by denying them.
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