Months of public debate over the future of Canadian copyright law were quietly decided earlier this week, when sources say the Prime Minister's Office reached a verdict over the direction of the next copyright bill. The PMO was forced to make the call after Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore and […]
Archive for May 5th, 2010
The Liberals have promised broadband for all Canadian communities by 2013 with speeds of at least 1.5 megabits. Industry Minister Tony Clement says the government's plan will be unveiled shortly.
IP Watch reports that an Indian government official has acknowledged that India was not asked to participate in the ACTA negotiations and that it is concerned that the text is out of sync with international law.
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