The Hill Times features a special op-ed I wrote based on my presentation last week at the Public Policy Forum's conference on intellectual property. Getting Beyond Canada's Copyright Myths (Hill Times version (sub required), homepage version) highlights the same five myths discussed in the presentation (video, audio), namely the importance of copyright, consultation and reform, Canada in the World, copyright in the world, and achieving a copyright consensus.
May 4, 2008
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