Canadian Copyright: History, Change and Potential
The first part of this article reviews Canada�s international copyright history and the role Canada has played in international copyright from the nineteenth century to the present day. In the part two, the author asks whether we can be optimistic or pessimistic about Canada�s role, and the role of international institutions more generally, in promoting solutionsto the social policy and social justice concernsraised by the expansion of intellectual property. The author argues that Canada�s...[Show more]
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