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Industry committee  It's hard to tell because we had historical data about what used to be copied, at least part of what used to be copied because before 2013, when they stopped paying, in the post-secondary level they would report to us all copies that were made and included in course packs, in pap

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  In that context, 360 pages per student per year were copied.

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  Based on what I heard in their testimonies—and they're in a better position to tell you how much they spend—they are increasing spending on journal articles. This is research material, by and large, not instructional material.

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  The material that tends to get copied and used in class for instruction is different from the material that is used for research. That's where you get the science, technical, and medical journal publishers. The five big multinational publishers are in that category. The licences

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  When creators and publishers came before the legislative committee in 2011-12 looking at the Copyright Modernization Act, we were very concerned that the addition of education was going to lead to exactly the situation we're in today, with the education sector abandoning all the

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  There is a document, which I distributed earlier, that has some of the key numbers in it and explains where they come from. You'll see where the “600 million pages of published works copied every year” comes from.

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  It comes from a couple of places. The first place is the Copyright Board decision in the elementary/secondary school sector. There were 380 million pages copied there per year.

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  That's right. The systematic mass copying that happens by the institutions, for example, through the copying of chapters, and the 10% that gets loaded onto online learning management systems, that gets reproduced in course packs that substitute for the purchasing of books should

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  We don't dispute that the university sectors may in fact be paying more and more for content. What's important to keep in mind is that the content that they are licensing and paying through their library licences is different from the content that they are copying under their cop

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  Yes, fair dealing should exist. We're not arguing that fair dealing be removed. What's important to keep in mind is that the fair dealing needs to allow a market to take place. The way it's being applied today doesn't allow the educational market to survive. I think we could be

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Industry committee  Thank you for the invitation to appear before this committee. My name is Roanie Levy, and I am president and CEO of Access Copyright. Access Copyright is a not-for-profit copyright collective created in 1988 by Canadian creators and publishers of textbooks, trade books, newspape

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Bill C-32 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session) committee  That's roughly our estimate as well; that's approximately what the exceptions may cost creators and publishers. A portion of those losses is definitely hard to quantify because the result will be a decline in book sales that is still hard to calculate. However, the royalties curr

December 6th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Bill C-32 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session) committee  Let me give you an answer by example. In 2004, we started a process with the Copyright Board in order to set a tariff for the photocopying of mostly textbooks that was happening in the elementary and secondary schools. The Copyright Board issued its decision and made a certain al

December 6th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Bill C-32 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session) committee  This is money that creators and publishers can ill afford.

December 6th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Bill C-32 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session) committee  To clarify the subject, 10 billion photocopies are made in the elementary and secondary schools in Canada. These are copies of absolutely everything, whether it be letters sent to parents or other things. Of those 10 billion pages, more than three billion are copied from publish

December 6th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy