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Canadian Court Sides with Tech Giants Over Culture
July 17, 2012 --
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 07/17/12 --
The assault on Canadian culture and jobs, begun with the new copyright Bill (C-11), continued with the recent Supreme Court decision that awards some 30% of music download royalties to corporate tech giants and international music services.
The Court cited technological neutrality as one of the reasons for the decision despite the fact that the economics in the digital delivery of music are not neutral and convey many profitable benefits to distributors, services and consumers.
Says Robert Ott, CEO of ole, Canada's largest music publisher: "The alarming expropriation of Canadian culture and jobs in favor of tech giants is not only killing music and jobs, it's also eroding Canada's tax base and negatively impacting consumers."
Ott adds: "None of the money taken away from Canadian artists, publishers and their employees by this latest Court decision is going to result in cost savings for consumers. The music offering is going to be negatively impacted as it requires investment from companies like ours to produce great content for the market."
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