The Canadian Council of Archives is Canada’s leading archivist organization, with a mandate “to preserve and provide access to Canadian documentary heritage by improving the administration, effectiveness and efficiency of the archival system.” The CCA’s comments on the C-32 digital lock provisions: Bill C-32 prohibits the circumvention of TPMs for […]
Archive for October 6th, 2011
The Canadian Association of University Teachers has posted a short video, voicing support for Bill C-11’s fair dealing reforms but urging members to speak out against the bill’s digital lock rules.
The CRTC released its fact-finding report on over-the-top video yesterday. I’ll have more to say on the report in my column next week, but in the meantime the money quote is: the evidence does not demonstrate that the presence of OTT providers in Canada and greater consumption of OTT content […]