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Archive for June 23rd, 2008
There are some great posts this morning on the implications of C-61 – Laura Murray focuses on its impact on distance learning, Howard Knopf posts his powerpoint presentation from a recent talk on C-61, and Hugh McGuire on how the law would impact the terrific LibriVox project.
David Canton writes on Bill C-61 in the London Free Press, noting that "the bill is flawed and should not be passed in its current state."
An entertaining remix of Industry Minister Jim Prentice's appearance on Search Engine, which FYI Music News describes as a "disasterous PR campaign."