Help! The Copyright Board is making me a criminal

Last month the Canadian Copyright Board decided to reconsider placing a levy of up to $75 on iPods. This isn’t the first time. The levy was put in place in 2003, but was struck down by the courts which said that it was the job of Parliamentarians to decide what should be levied. This didn’t stop the Copyright Board which, as Michael Geist reports thinks that they levy could also be “applied to cellphones and personal computers, and warning that excluding the iPod from the levy system would "instantly makes the conduct of millions of Canadians illegal, and even possibly criminal."