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Go in The Corner With Universal, CPCC!

In iTunes/iPod on February 12, 2007 at 3:31 pm

“Canada’s Private Copyright Collective (CPCC) is once again trying to find a way to force would-be iPod buyers to pay a copyright tax despite being told in 2004 such a levy is illegal,” Tony Smith reports for The Register.

Smith reports, “The CPCC said last week it wants $5 (CAD) levied on players with up to 1GB of memory, $25 for up to 10GB of music storage, $50 for capacities of between 10GB and 30GB, and $75 for anything that holds more than 30GB of storage.”

MacDailyNews | Canadian Private Copying Collective tries for iPod copyright tax – again

And now, it’s time again to say harsh words:

F*** you, CPCC.

Not only are you a bunch of greedy idiots for actually believing you can instate again an ILLEGAL tax, hell will freeze over before I’m ok with paying a $75 surcharge on an 80GB iPod. At least Apple refunded the tax last time. And as if that wasn’t good enough…

Money that is unclaimed by December 31, 2005 will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross.

Canadian iPod Levy Refund Program

Now ain’t that nice! You should take notice, CPCC. That’s how you give a damn about the public.

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