Post Tagged with: "c-11"
Jesse Kline has an notable op-ed in the National Post that criticizes Bill C-11’s digital lock rules. The column notes that just because someone breaks a digital lock does not mean they are infringing someone’s copyright.
The government has unveiled the membership of the legislative committee that will review Bill C11. Members include Conservative MPs Scott Armstrong, Peter Braid, Paul Calandra, Dean Del Mastro, Mike Lake, Phil McColeman, and Rob Moore; NDP MPs Charlie Angus, Tyrone Benskin, Andrew Cash, and Pierre Nantel; and Liberal MP Geoff […]
TVO’s Search Engine focuses on Canadian copyright this week as I spoke with host Jesse Brown about the future of Bill C-11 (likely to pass largely unchanged), the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision on linking liability, and the constitutional questions surrounding the current digital lock rules. The MP3 version […]
The Canadian Home and School Federation is a national, non-profit and non-partisan umbrella organization for provincial affiliates representing parents committed to improving the quality of education available to their children. The CHSF submitted a brief on C-32 in January 2011 that included the following recommendation: Bill C-32 should be amended […]