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Time for Canada To Cancel Crown Copyright

My weekly Law Bytes column (full hypertext version with background links or Toronto Star version, homepage version) focuses on Canadian crown copyright, which provides that the government retains the copyright associated with any work that is prepared or published by or under its direction, creating an enormous and unconscionable barrier to Canadian film making, political advocacy, and free speech.

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March 14, 2005 Comments are Disabled Columns

Copyright Reform is Not a Spectator Sport

Professor Geist publishes a column in the Canadian Association of University Teachers monthly bulletin on Canadian copyright reform that urges the academic community to get involved in the process. The column argues that the proposed reforms pose significant dangers to the Canadian education community and outlines several potential positive alternatives.

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November 23, 2004 Comments are Disabled Scholarship