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61 Reforms to C-61, Day 1: Remedy the Lack of Consultation

Today marks the first day of the House of Commons summer recess, yet there are just 61 weekdays until it is scheduled to resume on September 15th.  In light of that numerical coincidence, I am planning to run a 61 Reforms for C-61 series by posting a new necessary reform to the deeply flawed Canadian DMCA each weekday thoughout the recess.  Many of the proposed changes will unsurprisingly focus on the anti-circumvention provisions.  The 61 day series will be aggregated here (and I should note that my site now features a modest change with many of the C-61 postings readily accessible through pull-down menus in the top right corner).

The next 60 postings will identify specific flawed provisions in the bill or reforms that were not included.  To start the series, however, one post on how we got here.  

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June 23, 2008 26 comments News

Summary of 61 Reforms to C-61 Blog Postings

Day 61: The Mysterious Section 3 Day 60: Photography Provisions Day 59: Statutory Damages Reform – Removes Court Discretion For Reduced Damages Day 58: Statutory Damages Reform – What It Doesn’t Cover Day 57: Statutory Damages Reform – Uncertainty Day 56: Interlibrary Digital Loans Must Self-Destruct In Five Days Day […]

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June 23, 2008 3 comments News