Canadian Publishing Industry News
22 June 2020,     TORONTO
Access Copyright Appeals Decision To The Supreme Court
 
Represents Publishers and writers
Represents Publishers and writers
Access Copyright filed an application with the Supreme Court of Canada for leave to appeal the  decision of the Federal Court of Appeal in the legal action between the organization and York University. Access Copyright claims The Court of Appeal’s decision has the potential to irreparably harm creators and publishers by increasing the complexity and cost for them to receive compensation when their works are copied. Access Copyright is seeking leave from the Supreme Court of Canada in the hopes of reversing that harm. For over 30 years, collective licensing has facilitated the lawful copying and use by the education sector of text-based works created by Canadian creators and publishers, ensuring that they receive fair compensation when their works are copied and used.
 
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