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Posted 5 Jun 2002 11:10:28 UTC

On Monday, we reported on Tariff 22, which threatens Internet radio in Canada. We have learned that there are some actions which our readers can take in order to help stop this destructive tariff.

Perhaps most effective is to write a letter to Claude Majeau, secretary general of the Canadian Copyright Board expressing your opposition to Tariff 22. Best is to write a letter on paper, as he is then legally required to respond to it. The address is:

Claude Majeau
Secretary General
56 Sparks Street, Suite 800
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0C9

Letters, as always, should be polite, clear, and written in either English or French. Your letter must be received by July 10 to be considered. If you prefer not to write a "snail-mail" letter, you can also email Mr. Majeau at majeau.claude@cb-cda.gc.ca, telephone +1 (613) 952-8621, or send a fax to +1 (613) 952-8630. Communications from Canadians will likely have the greatest effect, but polite messages from other countries probably can't hurt.

Sample letters, as well as banners to inform others about the tariff, can be found at RantRadio's site.

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