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The following FAQs address general Entitlement questions. For detailed information, refer to the website specific to each user group:

A: FINRA Entitlement is the process by which a user is granted secure access to a participating FINRA Web Application(s) by a Super Account Administrator (SAA) or an Account Administrator who maintains that account. Entitlement includes creating and deleting accounts and granting specific privileges within an application(s) that allow a user to perform his/her job responsibilities by using specific functionality within a FINRA application.

A: An organization is responsible for selecting an SAA and ensuring that all related FINRA Entitlement procedures and policies are followed. The SAA is a powerful role with administrator rights to all applications and entitlements that are available for your organization and careful consideration should be made when designating an SAA. Consider the following when designating your SAA:

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The Copyright Board of Canada has just rendered its decision pertaining to the Tariff of Royalties to Be Collected for the Reproduction, in Canada, in 2005 to 2014, of Works in Access Copyright’s Repertoire by employees of Provincial and Territorial Governments. The Decision, the Certified Tariff as well as a Press Release and a Fact Sheet are posted on the Board’s web site ( www.cb-cda.gc.ca ) under the heading "What’s New – Recent Decisions.

Please find enclosed, for your reference, an electronic copy of the Decision and Tariff, along with the Press Release and Fact Sheet.

- Access Copyright (Governments) (2005-20014) Tariff ;
- Access Copyright (Governments) (2005-20014) Decision ;
- Access Copyright (Governments) (2005-20014) Fact Sheet ;
- Access Copyright (Governments) (2005-20014) News Release .

The following FAQs address general Entitlement questions. For detailed information, refer to the website specific to each user group:

A: FINRA Entitlement is the process by which a user is granted secure access to a participating FINRA Web Application(s) by a Super Account Administrator (SAA) or an Account Administrator who maintains that account. Entitlement includes creating and deleting accounts and granting specific privileges within an application(s) that allow a user to perform his/her job responsibilities by using specific functionality within a FINRA application.

A: An organization is responsible for selecting an SAA and ensuring that all related FINRA Entitlement procedures and policies are followed. The SAA is a powerful role with administrator rights to all applications and entitlements that are available for your organization and careful consideration should be made when designating an SAA. Consider the following when designating your SAA: