Yes, that's a complicated area, I realize. The biggest problem we have is the fair dealing provisions, which essentially mean that once we put it out there, we've lost control of it and we don't get anything back for it. If people were reusing our material for commercial gain in an identifiable way—and obviously, it has to be an identifiable way—then we could go after them, but we really can't. Once a newspaper puts something out there, it's out there, and you don't get anything in return.
On May 31st, 2016. See this statement in context.