Yesterday, Rogers, Telus, Bell and Quebecor commenced an action against the copyright collective SOCAN. In the Federal Court suit Canada’s leading carriers are claiming a refund of all royalties paid to SOCAN under its Tariff 24 (Ringtone) tariffs since November, 2006.
- Ariana Grande's 'The Way' prompts copyright infringement lawsuit http://t.co/1bT2UtN6uv ->
- Western statement on Access Copyright negotiations http://t.co/Li7crhKMhn ->
- Our data, our laws | National Post http://t.co/BHTq8p7J24 ->
- How NSA reportedly uses Google cookies could be next privacy flash point http://t.co/oYP5xRLv1U ->
- French officials can monitor internet users in real time under new law http://t.co/g234Ze25jW ->
- European Copyright Laws Lead to Rare Music Releases http://t.co/o5dI7nmeHM ->
- Copyright crackdown, as thousands of game videos are yanked from YouTube http://t.co/TzJAVU6vFm ->
- Canada's Writers and Publishers Disappointed by U of T and Western's Non-Renewal of Licence http://t.co/KGcprhe5Be ->
- Barry`s tweats
Are Tech Giants’ Offices the Cathedrals of the Future? http://t.co/0lp0ORpBwu
Canada News Centre - Minister Moore Launches Consultation to Strengthen Canada's Corporate Governance http://t.co/Uh6xqPBLWg
Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-12-12: Ariana Grande's 'The Way' prompts copyright infringement law... http://t.co/DDpeBewl2K
Italian Communication Authority issues its regulation on (fast-issimo) online copyright enforcement http://t.co/XNfydZHEFU
Beastie Boys Sue GoldieBlox http://t.co/1T3AKSvMXx
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