U.S. gov’t, industry pressure Canadians to overhaul copyright protection regime
News | 05/16/2002 4:00 am EDT
American copyright holders are stepping up efforts to kill proposed legislation to entrench the compulsory rights of Internet retransmitters in this country as the U.S. government has pointedly criticized Canada for flaws in its intellectual property laws.
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