Kate Scroggins posts a great piece at Carleton's Campaign Perspectives blog on the various party's position on copyright reform. The key positions: the Conservatives say Bill C-61 "represents where we want to go with copyright reform." the Liberals would make consultations on copyright reform a priority. the NDP would focus […]
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On the day the Liberals unveil a long list of cultural spending promises that totals over $500 million, this YouTube video provides a far more effective way to make cultural funding an election issue.
The Globe and Mail reports that the Liberals have vowed to amend Bill C-10, even if it triggers an election.
In an otherwise one-sided account of the Public Policy Forum copyright symposium, Embassy includes some noteworthy remarks from Liberal Industry critic Scott Brison on copyright reform. The article quotes Brison: "'Our position is we would work to find the right balance between creators and users,' Mr. Brison said. He said […]
The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is asking Opposition Leader Stéphane Dion to support its "campaign for government action" to protect the neutrality of the Internet in Canada.