Misleading on Fair Dealing, Part 6: Why Site Licences Offer Education More than the Access Copyright Licence - Michael Geist
The series on misleading on fair dealing continues with a post on how to reconcile the data about which everyone agrees: education has spent more on licensing since 2012, but some copyright collectives (Access Copyright and Copibec) have generated less revenue (prior posts in the series include the legal effect of the 2012 reforms, the wildly exaggerated suggestion of 600 million uncompensated copies each year, the decline of books in coursepacks, the gradual abandonment of print coursepacks, and the huge growth of e-book licensing). The issue was the focal point in the following exchange between MP Maxime Bernier and Copibec's Frédérique Couette last May: