Over the past few months, I've often been asked why the movie industry would pursue anti-camcording legislation if the data was so inconsistent. My response invariably focused on the notion that this was the thin edge of the wedge – an attempt to paint Canada as a piracy haven and […]
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The USTR this morning released the 2007 Special 301 Report, its annual report card that features the U.S. perspective on intellectual property protection in dozens of countries around the world. Despite some thought that the U.S. might elevate Canada from its Watch List to the Priority Watch List, no such […]
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