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CAB reiterates concerns over copyright reform to Industry and Heritage

News | 09/08/2004 4:00 am EDT

On the eve of Parliament’s return to its usual business, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) has reiterated its concerns over the copyright reform process to the responsible ministers. In an August 16 letter to Canadian Heritage minister Liza Frulla, and her counterpart at Industry Canada, David Emerson, the CAB outlines several areas that it feels will be important to deal with in the short term that are not currently on the table as part of the government’s reform agenda, and warns against hasty action on several key points of the process.

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