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Canadian Publishers Council: Evidentiary Burden Too High in Copyright Cases

The Canadian Publishers Council has delivered its submission on the national digital economy strategy, expressing concern that privacy rules could make it difficult to target alleged infringers.  The CPC warns: privacy protections should not be utilized in ways that preclude rights holders, domestic or international, from identifying consumers who are […]

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July 14, 2010 5 comments News

Submissions on Canada-EU Trade Deal: Canadian Publishers’ Council Seek Term Extension, Database Rt

Concluding the review of submissions to DFAIT regarding the Canada-EU Trade Agreement, the submission of the Canadian Publishers' Council is important because it highlights the hopes of those lobbying for extensive new copyright reforms.  The submission makes clear that those groups hope that CETA could force Canada into reforms such […]

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January 21, 2010 26 comments News