- remove the user generated content provision
- create a new fair dealing test
- remove new statutory damages limits for non-commercial infringement
- remove a new exception for educational use of publicly available materials on the Internet
- add an iPod tax
- add statutory damages to circumvention of digital locks
- force ISPs to keep subscriber data for 3 years after an alleged infringement
While the extreme demands were rejected, the government also decided against proposed amendments from many groups such as those representing the visually impaired, documentary film makers, and librarians. One of the more notable decisions was to leave untouched a provision that could create some legal risks for cloud computing based services such as network-based PVRs. Both Rogers and Shaw raised concerns with the approach in Bill C-11, yet the government did not amend the provision in question despite a proposal on point from the Liberals.