Last week, I posted on a Canadian Labour Congress resolution on intellectual property that raised significant concerns for many groups. The CLC advises that the resolution did not pass. Instead, the executive council of the CLC, on the advice of the union introducing the motion, directed the President to set up a working group of representatives of interested unions to develop a policy to address IP issues. A draft policy will be submitted to an upcoming meeting of the council for deliberation and a decision. Until then the CLC has no official position in this area.
Canadian Labour Congress IP Resolution – An Update
February 12, 2009
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Perhaps the CLC belatedly realized that supporting the resolution would make them lackies of the running dogs of capitalism, a position they are usually not too comfortable with.
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