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Canadian Independent Music Association Laments Absence of Three Strikes

The Canadian Independent Music Association, formerly CIRPA, has posted its submission to the digital economy strategy consultation.  CIMA says that Bill C-32 “pales by comparison” with the U.K. Digital Economy bill, noting that their legislation includes three strikes language.  The CIMA submission rejects concerns about due process in disconnecting Canadians […]

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July 16, 2010 14 comments Must Reads

CIRPA Calls for Longer Data Retention To Facilitate Lawsuits

The Canadian Independent Record Production Association has posted its submission to the copyright consultation.  Notwithstanding the industry's repeated assurances that it does not plan to file lawsuits in Canada, CIRPA calls on the government to establish "the retention of data by users for a sufficient period to allow for effective […]

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September 23, 2009 9 comments Must Reads

CIRPA Changes Name to CIMA

CIRPA, the Canadian Independent Record Production Association, has changed its name to the Canadian Independent Music Association, reflecting the change in the business.

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August 8, 2009 1 comment Must Reads

“C-61 Didn’t Go Far Enough”

Duncan McKie of the Canadian Independent Record Production Association comments on the forthcoming copyright consultation.  There is a great opportunity with this consultation but also a great threat as groups like CIRPA will be demanding reforms that extend beyond even C-61.

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July 18, 2009 10 comments Must Reads

“C-61 Didn’t Go Far Enough”

Duncan McKie of the Canadian Independent Record Production Association comments on the forthcoming copyright consultation.  There is a great opportunity with this consultation but also a great threat as groups like CIRPA will be demanding reforms that extend beyond even C-61.

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July 18, 2009 Comments are Disabled Stop CDMCA