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Government tells photographers digital issues to take priority in reforms

News | 12/13/2001 5:00 am EST

Comments made by the federal government to the Canadian Photographers Coalition (CPC) indicate government officials are keeping a tight lid on the current copyright reform process. The CPC is seeking changes to the way photography is regulated under copyright law, trying to redress longstanding issues that have been held over from previous rounds of reform.

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