‘Supreme Court Rules on Copyright in the University’

“On July 30th, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a decision in York University v Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright) that the university and its students were not required to pay the Access Copyright tariff intended to cover royalty payments associated with the distribution of the ‘readings’ assigned in students’ courses at the university …” (more)

[John Willinsky, Slaw, 7 September]

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