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Fight file sharers with tougher Copyright Act: CRIA head

News | 09/30/2005 4:00 am EDT

In Ottawa this week to kick off a campaign to protect "products of the mind," the Canadian Recording Industry Association’s president urged the federal government to adopt tougher measures against unauthorized file sharers, in line with other nations, when it considers a bill to revise the Copyright Act this fall.

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