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Canada Introduces New Copyright Bill
Monday, June 20 2005 @ 06:40 pm CST
Contributed by: Linegod
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Justice From michaelgeist.ca:

As expected, this afternoon the federal government introduced its copyright reform bill . In this age of instant analysis, new legislation does not work particularly well since it requires considerable study and scrutiny to develop a full sense of its implications.

However, since government telegraphed its intentions four months ago, it is possible to provide at least a quick perspective (full caveat that this a quick read and subject to change upon reflection) on the statutory implementation of the March plan. I'll have much more to say in the days ahead but my immediate impression is that the recording industry is the big winner with an enormous basket of new rights and individual Canadians are the big losers as the bill does little to address their interests.

Read the full thing here

All I can say is.... damn.


  


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