The Canadian Private Copying Collective (CPCC) is back at it again, this time trying to get a copyright tax added to memory cards, on the grounds that these memory cards are used for the purpose of copying and transporting music.
What the f.... This is just getting ridiculous now.
I think the iPod tax idea is the craziest so far. :/
Canada's trippin'. Trying to out-fascist the American copyright brigade.
Yeah, I put music on my SD card. To listen to on my other MP3 player, when my iPhone is low on juice. WTF Canada.
Now that is a creative way to make money out of nothing.
LOL less than 1 gig 50 cents 1 to 8 $1 8 and more $3 portable. HDD are next if this goes through since you can put "music" files in those too .
... wow, i thought the riaa was ridiculous... touche canada.
stupid CPCC, go away you idiots, your embarrassing us
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