Appeared in the Toronto Star on May 24, 2010 as An unofficial user’s guide to the coming copyright bill Media reports last week indicated that the government plans to introduce its long-awaited copyright reform bill within the next few days. The bill is sure to spark widespread debate since all […]
Archive for May 24th, 2010
Appeared in the Hill Times on May 24, 2010 as My Seven Questions for Heritage Minister Moore on Copyright: Geist With reports that a new copyright bill could be introduced this week, thousands of Canadians have been expressing concern with the government's plans, as there are mounting fears that the […]
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