SOCAN

AcronymDefinition
SOCANSociety of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada
SOCANSection on Child Abuse and Neglect (American Academy of Pediatrics)
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SOCAN said the acquisition allows it to provide a unique global music industry solution with respect to licensing digital services and royalty payment for songwriters, composers and music publishers.
This marks the 2nd purchase of a rights management company for SOCAN, the Canadian performing rights organization.
The idea that the public interest against which the reward to copyright owners must be balanced encompasses the encouragement and dissemination of expression is reinforced in SOCAN v Bell, (34) In this decision, SOCAN submitted to the SCC that "only uses that contribute to the creative process are in the public interest".
Pelos motivos expostos, tambem, TenBerge e Socan (2004) afirmam que o calculo do coeficiente alfa nao e uma mensuracao de consistencia interna, tampouco uma medida de unidimensionalidade.
Bell Canada, where the court held that (a) users had a right to preview music on commercial websites under the fair dealing doctrine and (b) SOCAN was not entitled to royalties from those previews.
SOCAN Interact with the New Making Available Right, University of Toronto.
Mae adar fel y fwyalchen, y socan eira a'r sguthan yn bwydo'n helaeth arnyn nhw, ac mae'r had yn cael eu gwasgaru ymhell yng ngharthion yr adar yma.
The idea that transmission of a permanent copy of a work, as opposed to an impermanent broadcast or performance, fits within the telecommunication right first appeared in the Supreme Court of Canada's CCH (11) and SOCAN (12) cases.
decisions, most prominently in ESA v SOCAN (4) and Rogers v SOCAN.