Cite Photocopying For Losses

Canadian publishers remain “fragile” and have lost more than $40 million in yearly domestic sales since 2012 changes to the Copyright Act, says a Department of Canadian Heritage report. Textbook companies publish fewer than half the titles they did before the Supreme Court approved wholesale photocopying: “Publishers indicate they have been damaged.”

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