With students back in school following the holidays, campus papers are turning their focus to copyright reform. Recent articles can be found in the Manitoban and Carleton's the Charlatan. Update: More coverage from UWO's Gazette and the University of Calgary's Gauntlet .
Archive for January 16th, 2008
The Vancouver Sun has an exceptional masthead editorial today on the Canadian copyright reform process. The paper is clearly concerned with the prospect of a Canadian DMCA and reforms that stifle rather than enable. The paper notes: The good news is that a revised copyright law is expected to be […]
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