With the election just a few days away, interest in the copyright pledge continues to grow with 30 more Liberal and NDP candidates on board. This latest update includes prominent MPs such as the Liberal's Marlene Jennings and the NDP's Paul Dewer. Earlier supporters can be found here, here, and […]
Archive for October 10th, 2008
The Canadian Private Copying Collective has released a survey of the major political parties on their views on the private copying levy. The Conservatives did not respond. The release does not appear on the CPCC site, but FYI Music reports on the results.
ZDNet covers the Conservative commitment to bring back C-61 and the popularity of the copyright pledge.
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 187: Jeff Elgie on What the Bill C-18 Deal With Google Means for the Future of the Canadian News Sector
- Skillful Negotiation or Legislative Fail? Taking Stock of the Bill C-18 Deal With Google
- Salvaging Bill C-18: Government Upends Legislation To Bring Google Onside the Online News Act
- Accountability and Antisemitism: The Canadian Heritage Committee Needs To Step Up
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 186: Andy Kaplan-Myrth on the CRTC’s Last Ditch Attempt to Fix Canada’s Internet Competition Problem