CopyrightWatch debunks claims that the Copyright Act is old and outdated, likely to be a regular theme from Canadian DMCA supporters today. The posting notes that the legislation has been amended 41 times since 1921 (once every two years and two months). The current Act (not including changes from the […]
Archive for December 13th, 2007
On the day when the government will claim that new copyright laws are needed for a digital marketplace, Apple provided yet another example of why the market is managing just fine without a DMCA. Having sorted out the licensing issues, the company has launched a Canadian version of its television […]
- Broadcast Reform Bill Could Spell the End of Canadian Ownership Requirements
- What You Need to Know About the COVID Alert App
- The Broadcasting Act Blunder, Day 11: The “Regulate Everything” Approach – Licence or Registration Required
- The Broadcasting Act Blunder, Day 10: Downgrading the Role of Canadians in their Own Programming
- The Broadcasting Act Blunder, Day 9: Why Use Cross-Subsidies When the Government is Rolling Out Tech Tax Policies?