Cheers and jeers for copyright reform agenda proposal tabled with Parliament
News | 10/16/2002 4:00 am EDT
Industry Canada, working in cooperation with Canadian Heritage, has tabled a controversial new report with a recommended time frame for dealing with digital copyright issues. The report, mandated by Parliament in the 1997 Bill C-32 copyright reform process, has surprised some, angered others, and left experts unsure whether Ottawa can accomplish its goals in the stated time frames.
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