ScuttleMonkey from the eventually-part-of-my-paycheck-will-just-go-to-them dept.
CRIA Watcher writes "The Canadian Copyright Board has just announced that it is bringing back the tax on blank CDs, called the private copying levy, in 2007. Michael Geist demonstrates how the tax has created a huge distortion in the retail price of blank media on his blog with as much as 70 percent of the purchase price now heading directly to the music industry."
The biggest difference between time and space is that you can't reuse time.
-- Merrick Furst