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Broken Record: Why the Music Industry's Secret Plan for iPhone Taxes, Internet Tracking and Content Blocking is Off-Key - Michael Geist
The long-awaited Canadian copyright review is set to kick off hearings next week as a House of Commons committee embarks on a year-long process that will hear from a wide range of stakeholders. My Globe and Mail op-ed notes that according to documents obtained under the Access to Information Act, however, one stakeholder - the Canadian Music Policy Coalition, an umbrella group representing 17 music associations - got an early start on the review process last fall by quietly submitting a 30-page reform proposal to government officials.