Professor Geist's regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) examines the viability of blanket license for peer-to-peer file sharing in Canada. The column argues that Canada might provide an ideal testing ground for such an approach given the prior experience with collective licensing […]
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The Ottawa Citizen features a story that it addresses "the Internet urban legend" that Canadians can file share on the Internet without fear of a lawsuit. Professor Geist is quoted extensively in unpacking the current state of Canadian copyright law. see: Downloads also see: Knight v. Hutchinson decision here
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