Stuart Trew reports on a call last week with Canadian officials on the status of the Canada – EU Trade Agreement. The intellectual property provisions remain a sticking point with the EU seeking “a total re-write of Canadian IP rules.”
Archive for May 30th, 2011
A new final version of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement – formally adopted on April 15, 2011 and opened for signature on May 1, 2011 – has been posted online. ACTA will remain open for signature until May 2013.
May 30, 2011 — Comments are Disabled — News
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- Keeping the Bill C-11 Implementation Secret, Regulating User Content, and Citing Non-Existent Benefits: Some Reflections on the House of Commons Online Streaming Act Debate
- The Government’s Gaslighting of the Online Streaming Act (Or Why Bill C-11 Regulates User Generated Content)