The copyright consultation is days away from its conclusion and missing content from the consultation website has emerged as a problem. The posting of submissions has been inconsistent throughout the process, but that may be a result of volume. The delays in posting transcripts from the invitation-only roundtables, however, is inexcusable. The Toronto roundtable took place on August 27th and the Peterborough roundtable on September 1st. It should not take more than a week to post a transcript of each event. While there are audio files available (which led to my post on the Bell comments in Toronto), most people do not have three hours to listen to the events. Instead, many rely on transcripts and may want to respond to what is said in their final submissions.
September 9, 2009
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