Canadian Broadcasting Corporation / Société Radio-Canada v. SODRAC 2003 Inc., et al.
(Federal Court) (Civil) (By Leave)
Intellectual property - Judicial review, Copyright, Licences.
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Intellectual property law - Judicial review - Copyright - Licenses - Licensing societies - Royalties - Ephemeral copies - Application by broadcaster for review of licenses issued by Copyright Board allowed in part - Collective society imposing royalties on producers of content and broadcasters - Licences allow collective society to collect royalties for copies incidental to use of new broadcast technologies - Whether broadcast-incidental copies require a separate licence under a technologically-neutral interpretation of the Copyright Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-42 - If a licence is required in FCA File No. A-516-12, what is a technologically-neutral royalty rate for broadcast-incidental copies - Whether the Board err in law by granting an interim licence in FCA File No. A-63-13.
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