Cable & Telecom

Industry committee “sets the record straight” on Heritage committee’s Copyright Act input

OTTAWA – In its statutory review of the Copyright Act, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology (INDU) parted ways with its Canadian Heritage counterpart on issues regarding ownership of cinematographic works, the definition of “sound recording” in the legislation, and the radio-royalty exemption.However, differences between both committees were also based on process, according to a news release INDU issued on Tuesday.It said that since the committee presented its report to the House of Commons on June 3, “some stakeholders who participated in INDU’s proceedings have expressed regret that the committee did not consider” the Heritage...
 

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