SOCAN seeks leave to Supreme Court on whether an online preview is a fair dealing

SOCAN has filed a motion for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada in the Tariff 22 case. It is arguing that the Federal Court of Appeal erred in not reversing the Copyright Board which had held that offering an online preview can be a fair dealing. The Application Record in the leave motion is below.
SOCAN Application Record in Tariff 22 Case (PUBLIC)

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