Bill C-11, the copyright reform bill, is scheduled for debate today, with a long list of proposed amendments from the Green Party’s Elizabeth May and from Bloc MP AndrÃ© Bellavance. Given the government’s previous rejection of NDP and Liberal amendments, there is little reason to believe any of these proposals […]
Archive for May 14th, 2012
Access Copyright will likely promote many universities signing its agreement with AUCC tomorrow, but opposition to the deal continues to mount across the country: the Queen’s University Senate will consider a motion opposing the AUCC – Access Copyright agreement later this month. Carleton University’s Graduate Students’ Association have posted a […]
A U.S. court has released its decision in a major fair use case involving the Georgia State University e-reserves. Discussion of the 355 page decision here, here, and here.