As reported by the New York Times.
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A California production company is challenging Warner Music's famous copyright claim to the "Happy Birthday" song. The latest discoveries suggest that the song may have been in the public domain already. The court battle continues, and Warner has a lot to lose with this one very popular song.
The Supreme Court and Lexum have now extended their database of Supreme Court decisions back to 1876. This makes for greater access for historical legal research.
(Via National Post)
As part of the 2015 budget proposal - the Government of Canada is proposing that artists/publishers retain copyright in recorded music for 70 years. This would extend copyright past the current 50 years. (via Music Business World)
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