In light of several requests, we've launched a Fair Copyright for Canada online shop at Cafe Press. You can now get t-shirts, buttons, stickers, mugs and an assortment of other schwag. In addition to the Fair Copyright for Canada stuff, users are invited to submit their own artwork ideas for future products. All revenues generated from the sales will be used to help fund rallies that are being planned for the fall as well as support for Creative Commons Canada.
June 23, 2008
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