Canadian Supreme Court rules

The Canadian Supreme Court upheld the ruling that the 30 to 90 second previews in iTunes are not a public performance and do not require a copyright fee be paid to the music industry. They also ruled that the download of a game is not a public performance of the music in that game and doesn’t require a second payment. The court chastised the music industry for trying to double-dip. See the full story here.

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