Canadian Private Copying Collective
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The Canadian Private Copying Collective is a Canadian non-profit/non-government organization created in 1999 to collect and distribute private copying royalties. The organization represents songwriters, recording artists, music publishers and recording companies. Issues are brought before the Copyright Board of Canada.
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