Yesterday's posting referenced the damages limitation for libraries, archives, museums, and educational institutions that limits their liability for "innocent circumvention" to an injunction only. It is worth asking why this principle does not extend to all Canadians. If the circumvention occurs for innocent purposes (ie. where the individual did not […]
Archive for August 7th, 2008
Liberal MP Hedy Fry, who has conducted several copyright reform roundtables in B.C. and Alberta, discusses the bill in this interview. Fry says the question is whether the bill can be fixed or should be opposed outright.
Canadian Heritage has posted Osgoode Hall law professor Pina D'Agostino's report on fair dealing and CCH decision.