Archive for May 18th, 2010

Craig on Digital Locks and the Fate of Fair Dealing in Canada

Osgoode Hall's Carys Craig has a must-read article which appears in the Journal of World Intellectual Property, that warns against U.S. style implementation of anti-circumvention legislation.  Craig offers several alternatives if the Canadian government moves forward with anti-circumvention rules, including TPM registration requirements, a clear link to actual infringement, and […]

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Documentary Organization of Canada on Fair Dealing

The Documentary Organization of Canada has released a new guide for filmmakers on the use of fair dealing.  The DOC remains supportive of a flexible fair dealing provision, but as it awaits the copyright bill has created this guide to better inform documentary film makers about how they can use […]

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Globe on Explaining Copyright To Kids

The Globe and Mail featured an article yesterday on how parents explain downloading and copyright issues to their children.

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May 18, 2010 1 comment Must Reads