The Ottawa Citizen on Copyright Reform

The Citizen's lead editorial today concludes with the following:

Canada's copyright regime is likely to be reviewed this fall with a view to dragging it into the 21st century. Making sure we maximize the usefulness of new technologies like Google Books should be the Harper government's highest priority; promoting the rights of creators and publishers is an important part of that, but not the only thing legislators should be concerned with.

One Comment

  1. Chris Castle says:

    Just wondering, professor, do you concur with counsel in Google’s lawsuit against the Joyce estate that authors rights are extinquished upon the author’s death?