Last night's 22 Minutes on CBC had a must-see segment parodying some of the arguments for Canadian copyright reform.
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How long…… until there’s a takedown notice filed at youtube?
Funny .. but really cuts to the core issueHumour is a great way to communicate issues sometimes eh? THis really shows that tis much ado about nothing (or will be in the future)
22 Minutes hasn’t been funny in years, but I admit this was pretty good.
“Could ya burn me a dvd?”Brilliant! Thanks for posting this Dr. Geist. I love your blog btw.
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