Music Industry Rep Hired by Copyright Office
Music Industry Rep Hired by Copyright Office
Tanya Peatt just left her position at Music Canada where part of her job was to push the government for stricter copyright. Where is she now? She's in government working on the very policy the music lobby wants changed. The hiring comes as the government prepares for a review of the country’s copyright system, set for next year.

Tanya Peatt just left her position at Music Canada where part of her job was to push the government for stricter copyright. Where is she now? She’s in government working on the very policy the music lobby wants changed.

The hiring comes as the government prepares for a review of the country’s copyright system, set for next year.

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