The Public Good Pays the Price

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 today in which Bowman supports the approach to ISPs, but criticizes the weak educational and library provisions.  Bowman concludes that  "the interests of large industry groups and creators of copyrighted materials have been better protected in the Bill. But individuals, and arguably the public good, may ultimately pay the price."  

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