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Music industry lobby puts support behind Parliamentary report on Copyright Act reform

News | JESSE CNOCKAERT
Published: Wednesday, 05/29/2019 4:32 pm EDT
Eric Baptiste is the CEO of the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN). The House heritage committee released a report this month with recommendations for changes to the Copyright Act. Baptiste is largely supportive of the recommendations, but dislikes that there is no recommendation related to a technologically neutral private copying regime. (Photo by Steve Carty and provided courtesy of SOCAN)

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