The Canadian Library Association has released a copyright advocacy kit that encourages the library community to speak out on C-61. Particular concerns include the anti-circumvention provisions.
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As noted earlier in the series, unlike some other countries, there is no anti-circumvention exception for teaching in Bill C-61. The one nod to the special considerations for libraries, archives, museums, and educational institutions in the anti-circumvention rules comes in Section 41.19 with regard to potential damages. That provision states […]
While some people may be taking a breather with the arrival of summer, commentary on Bill C-60 continues to trickle in. The latest comes from Brian Bowman, a lawyer in Winnipeg who writes a regular column for the Winnipeg Free Press. The paper features Copyright Changes Both Right and Wrong […]