It is time to out Craig Parks as my copyright lawyer. Why? I’m helping him with a project.

Craig is conducting a study of the collective administration of copyright in Canada for the Department of Canadian Heritage. The topic, in case that phrase is not clear, is the nearly three dozen copyright collectives in Canada (like SOCAN and ADISQ).

He wants to hear from everyone within his terms of reference, so we created a Weblog. (I’m not part of the consultation, but I helped him out with the setup.)

Kooky fun fact: I’ve never had to handle as many acronyms as I did on the List of Collectives page. And no, life was too short to expand all of them.

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