SOCAN doesn’t want their #CopyCon submission made public so I’ve done it for you.

Another public service by tireless Canadian copyfighter Michael Geist

It seems that the Society of Composers, Authors & Music Publishers of Canada (or SOCAN) tried to make their public submission for last summer’s Copyright Consultation anything but. While our country’s government rightly denied SOCAN’s request to not publish their document online, in order to see it you must request it by email on the CopyCon site.

Just in case you were worried that someone might be building a secret list of citizens who don’t blindly worship the music industry or something, you can read the document right here without turning over any of your personal information.

You’re welcome! šŸ˜Ž

Posted via email from Andrew Currie on Posterous

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