My colleague Jeremy deBeer considers whether Bill C-61 is win-win or spin-spin in the National Post.
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Peter Shawn Taylor with a lengthy piece in the National Post on copyright.
The National Post devotes its entire masthead editorial today to the copyright debate. The piece is critical of the U.S. DMCA, describing it as a "disaster" and warning against the "incredible absurdities" created by anti-circumvention legislation. It adds: For Canada to introduce DMCA-style legislation now would do nothing but encourage […]
The National Post runs a lead editorial applauding the move away from DRM in the music industry that now includes the Warner Music Group. The editorial concludes that: In this digital age when consumers continually add to and update existing formats for playing music, record companies that sell DRM-free music […]
So says Mike Doherty of the National Post.
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