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No Need for New Internet Injunctions: Why Canadian Copyright Law Already Provides Rights Holders with the Legal Tools They Need

As the Industry Committee’s copyright review continues to hear from stakeholders from across the spectrum, a recurring theme has been demands that the government create a new, explicit Internet intermediary injunction that would allow for everything from site blocking to search engine result de-indexing to a ban on payment providers offering services to some sites. For example, earlier this week, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce argued before the Industry Committee:

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November 7, 2018 7 comments News

ACTA’s Injunction and Damages Provisions

KEI has published an exhaustive analysis of ACTA's current injunction and damages provisions, noting that ACTA's injunction provisions are significantly more restrictive than the provisions found in TRIPs.

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