The House of Commons may have adjourned for the summer, but just hours before breaking, the government filed its response to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology's report
on the Intellectual Property Regime in Canada. That may sound dry, but
the document provides a clear indication of what the government has
planned for the coming years on IP reform.
So what's in store? Leaving aside an assortment of
promised studies, the government response
includes five notable plans (or non-plans).
TagsShareThursday June 20, 2013