Copyright: Characteristics of Canadian Reform
This chapter places the new Canadian copyright bill, Bill C-32, in the context of Canadian copyright history, arguing that Canadian copyright has traditionally focused on copyright independence, safeguarding the interests of Canadian consumers as well as Canadian creators, finding innovative solutions to meet the needs of both consumers and creators, and support for international copyright and copyright multilateralism. I argue that the made-in-Canada elements of C-32 are relatively narrow...[Show more]
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