Heritage committee sends Bill C-36 to third reading with only minor amendments
Opponents of copyright term extensions were dealt a sudden blow today when the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage voted to accept Bill C-36 with only minor amendments, and including provisions to lengthen copyright protection for some deceased authors.
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